Mar182014

Marriott eBreaks discount rates and MegaBonus registration reminder

Marriott Rewards members who opt for emails get weekly Marriott eBreaks notices on Monday about hotel rate discounts for the following weekend in the U.S. and Canada.

The standard eBreaks discount is 20% off.

Use MEB in the corporate/promotional box or reserve by phone at 1–800–752–7571.

  • Friday or Saturday can be booked as one-night stays at the discount rate.
  • Thursday requires a Friday night stay (minimum 2-night stay).
  • Sunday requires a Saturday night stay (minimum 2-night stay).

There are dozens of hotels in the following states with rate discounts this weekend. Many of these hotels are under $100 per night.

Arizona

Colorado

Florida

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Michigan

Mississippi

Montana

Nevada

New Hampshire

New York

North Dakota

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Outside of U.S.

Canada

 

Rate Analysis

Courtyard Portland City Center, Oregon

Friday, March 21

  • Marriott eBreaks rate = $119
  • AAA rate = $142
  • BAR = $149
  • Kayak.com metasearch = $149

Marriott eBreaks rate is a true 20% discount on BAR. Best of all, the flexible cancellation policy allows day of arrival cancellation with no charge up to 6:00pm local time on Friday, March 21, 2014.

Marriott eBreaks can be useful for a spur of the moment getaway trip. These eBreaks offer some good hotel rate discounts for Marriott Rewards members who seek to earn two free night certificates with the MegaBonus promotion ‘stay two times and earn one free category 1-4 hotel night certificate, valid for one year from date of issuance’. There is a limit of two free night certificates earned in this promotion running through April 30, 2014.

You must register for Marriott Rewards MegaBonus by March 31 to be eligible for earning free night certificate credit for Marriott brand hotel stays through April 30, 2014.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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