Marriott $100 Bonus Bucks for stays in 10 states

Earn $50 per night Marriott Bonus Bucks at 16 hotels in 10 U.S. states, up to $100 per stay, through May 31, 2011. Promotion code B18. Bonus Bucks are valid at over 2,900 hotels worldwide for room charges, dining, golf, spa services, gift shop purchases and other purchases charged to your guest room.

Marriott Bonus Bucks B18 Promotion link.

Bonus Bucks Terms & Conditions:

$50 Bonus Bucks® coupons are NOT accepted at Ritz-Carlton hotels, Marriott Vacation Club International, ExecuStay or Marriott Executive Apartments. Bonus Bucks® coupons are not redeemable for cash or Marriott Gift Certificates. No change or credit will be given on unused portion of the Bonus Bucks® coupon. Bonus Bucks® coupons are not valid on any rates that requires ID or membership to receive discount including catering, group or contract rates or associate rates. They are valid only on publicly listed rates through the 800 reservation number and marriott.com.

Participating Hotels for $50 per night Bonus Bucks:

Alabama, Birmingham

Birmingham Marriott




Hartford/Windsor Marriott Airport



Clearwater Beach

Clearwater Beach Marriott Suites on Sand Key



Hoffman Estates

Chicago Marriott Northwest




Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel




Cincinnati Airport Marriott




Residence Inn Cincinnati Downtown 


Columbus Airport Marriott


Columbus Marriott Northwest


Cincinnati Marriott Northeast

Warrensville Heights

Cleveland Marriott East 

West Chester

Cincinnati Marriott North



Cranberry Township

Pittsburgh Marriott North


South Carolina


Spartanburg Marriott at Renaissance Park



Fort Worth

DFW Airport Marriott South 

Round Rock

Austin Marriott North


Loyalty Traveler Analysis:

Rates at DFW Airport Marriott South are $15 per night higher using B18 promotion code compared to otherwise lowest rate. This is still a savings with a $50 Bonus Bucks certificate for the $15 higher room rate.

The limitation of Bonus Bucks is AAA rates are ineligible rates when redeeming Bonus Bucks. This means the guest is paying $15 per night more than the lowest rate to earn the Bonus Bucks and may be paying $15 per night more when redeeming Bonus Bucks. Suddenly the $50 bonus is knocked down by $30 + tax which could mean the $50 Bonus Bucks only saves about $15 overall when higher room rates and tax on those higher room rates are all considered for earning and burning Bonus Bucks.

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