Marriott eBreaks July 24-27

This week’s Marriott eBreaks has hotels in 25 of the 50 states, Panama and Venezuela. These rates are 20% off best available rates. The links below for states and countries will take you to the participating hotels.
















New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina



South Dakota




Outside of U.S.



Marriott eBreaks Terms & Conditions

  • Rates are per night. Thursday requires a Friday night stay. Sunday requires a Saturday night stay.
  • Rates are valid for dates specified in email at advertised hotels only.
  • eBreaks rates are exclusive to customers who subscribe to the eBreaks program. Therefore, these rates do not qualify for Marriott’s Look No further Best Rates Guarantee.
  • A limited number of rooms are available and will be sold on a first-come, first served basis.
  • Advance bookings are required and must be guaranteed with a credit card.
  • Rates are offered Thursday through Sunday Some hotels only offer eBreaks rates Friday- Sunday. These hotels indicated with an asterisk ( * ) next to rates.
  • Rates are standard room, per night and based on single are double occupancy.
  • Rates are non-commissionable and not include taxes, fees, or other costs or gratuities.
  • Rates cannot be used in conjunction with other offers and/ or discounts.
  • Does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms.
  • Canadian cities are quoted in Canadian dollars and US cites are quoted in US dollars. All other destinations are quoted in currency listed.

Rates are eligible for Marriott Rewards Points and miles credit. Join Marriott Rewards for Free »

Marriott Rewards Plus Points

On another note with Marriott Rewards, my second month of Marriott Rewards Plus Points posted with the new 25 points per Twitter follow. I received 125 points this week for five Twitter account follows, compared to 2,000 points last month for eight Twitter follows.

The revised rules for Marriott Rewards Plus Points now only allow 100 points per day with a 2,000 points per 30 days limit. Remembering to get on Twitter to follow and retweet Marriott hotels each day is a task that will likely mean I fail to get the maximum 2,000 points each month. Still, I’ll try to remember. 2,000 free Marriott Rewards points every month will be a free hotel room by November 2014.

Marriott Rewards Plus Points

Loyalty Traveler – Marriott Rewards Plus Points now need 80 actions to earn 2,000 points (July 15, 2014)


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

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Let’s call this what it is, bait and switch. Marriott published a promo giving out 250 per click and in the middle of it they decided that someone screwed up the promo and they were giving out too many points so they decided it was ok to change the rules mid-contest. I refuse to jump through their hoops and let them snoop at my friends list and them getting free Likes if they’re going to act in such an unethical and deceiving manner. They didn’t even have the decency of emailing everyone to say “hey we’re changing the rules, sorry”.

  2. I just can’t get excited by 20% off. These are rooms for this weekend that would most likely end up empty anyway, and the best you can do is 20% off? $131 per night for a Fairfield Inn in Knoxville, TN? What an amazing deal!!!

  3. I agree with Brett. Seeing this twice every single week(Loyalty Traveler and Loyalty Lobby) is very blah. There’s nothing special about this, the Hilton MVP discount is the exact same every day for far more hotels, and most Marriott hotels give 10-15% off for AAA/Seniors. This is just a bunch of suburban Marriotts that can’t fill up on the weekends because they are in business areas, not leisure.

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