A one in two chance of winning 50 points each day is reason enough to give Marriott Rewards 29 Ways to Stay daily game some clicks each day from Oct 11-Nov 8, 2018. You might even be lucky enough to win 20,000 points or a 4-night stay in one of the 29 brands in Marriott Rewards.
The game is matching picture pairs on three sets of hidden cards for the Marriott brand of the day and answering a couple of questions.
There are some good prizes with 4 night stays. The game terms sound like you are credited with maximum points instead of free night certificates. For example, the prize winner of 4 nights at Four Points receives 140,000 points and the prize winner of Autograph Collection receives 340,000 points.
Prize Restrictions: Stays will be awarded in the form of Bonus Points Certificated that will be added to the Grand Prize winner’s Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest or The Ritz-Carlton Rewards account and are redeemable at any of the Marriott brands as indicated in the prize chart above. Transportation to/from each stay is not included with the 4-night stay prize. Grand Prize Stays must be used by within five (5) years of prize award. 4- Night Stay certificates must be used within one year of prize award.
Grand Prize: 58 free nights awarded as 2-night stays at each of the 29 Marriott brands.
Grand Prize [one (1)]: One (1) Grand Prize will be awarded, consisting of twenty-nine (29) 2-night stays, one (1) at each of the 29 Marriott Brands for winner and one (1) guest. Stays includes 2 night hotel accommodations at each of the 29 Marriott Brands for one (1) standard room (based on double occupancy), and a $7,000USD check to help defray taxes for the Grand Prize winner only (US winner only). The maximum ARV of the Grand Prize is $30,596.80.
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One of the interesting terms in the fine print is a background check on Grand Prize winner.
Sponsor and Administrator reserve the right to conduct a background check on the potential Grand Prize winner prior to confirming the official Grand Prize winner. The Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify the potential winner based on the results of such background check, if Sponsor determines that awarding the prize to such potential winner might reflect negatively on Sponsor. Factors that would result in disqualification for the potential winner include, without limitation, the potential winner having been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, being delinquent on a government ordered payment, such as child support, spousal support, alimony, or tax payments.