May302019

Marriott 20% off gift cards today at Daily Getaways

Getting value from a 20% Marriott gift card is basically a great deal if you plan to stay at any Marriott this year. Daily Getaways has more than 1,500 gift cards for sale at 10am Pacific, 1 pm Eastern today.

$100 Marriott e-gift card for $80 (1,070 cards) – maximum purchase = 3 cards.

$250 Marriott e-gift card for $200 (252 cards) – maximum purchase = 2 cards.

$500 Marriott e-gift card for $400 (200 cards) – maximum purchase = 1 card.

These offers will likely sell out in seconds or a couple of minutes, so be ready to jump on this offer the moemnt sale starts.

Main terms to know about Marriott e-gift cards.

Marriott e-gift Card credit does not have an expiration date.

Marriott e-gift Card cannot be used for advance purchase rates.

Marriott e-gift card may be redeemed at these brands and at participating hotel outlets; retail, spa, golf and food and beverage:

  • AC Hotels by Marriott®,
  • Aloft®,
  • Autograph Collection® Hotels,
  • Courtyard®,
  • Delta Hotels and Resorts®,
  • EDITION®,
  • Element®,
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites®,
  • Four Points® by Sheraton,
  • Gaylord Hotels®,
  • JW Marriott®,
  • Le Méridien®,
  • Marriott Hotels®,
  • Marriott Vacation Club®,
  • Moxy Hotels ,
  • Renaissance® Hotels,
  • Residence Inn®,
  • Sheraton®,
  • SpringHill Suites®,
  • St. Regis®,
  • The Luxury Collection®,
  • The Ritz-Carlton,
  • TownePlace Suites®,
  • Tribute Portfolio™,
  • W®,
  • Westin®

The following Marriott Hotel Brands DO NOT accept Marriott GiftCards:

  • Bvlgari,
  • Design Hotels™,
  • Protea Hotels by Marriott®,
  • Marriott Executive Apartments®,
  • The Ritz-Carlton Reserve® hotels,
  • The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club®,
  • The Ritz-Carlton® Partner hotels

About Ric Garrido

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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