Save 15 Percent on Marriott Gift Cards Until December 1 2020

You can purchase electronic gift cards which are valid for room stays, culinary experiences, spa days, and more at the hotel and resort properties of 28 different brands of Marriott International, Incorporated worldwide — and you can save 15 percent on them with this promotion

Save 15 Percent on Marriott Gift Cards Until December 1 2020

Marriott Cairo

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

…but you must purchase a minimum of $50.00 worth of your choice of promotional electronic gift cards by tomorrow, Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 11:59 in the evening Eastern Standard Time; and you must be a resident of the United States or Canada to take advantage of this offer. You may purchase up to a maximum value of $5,000.00 worth of electronic gift cards per person per day and save up to $750.00 on your purchase.

This offer is valid while supplies last. Orders for electronic gift card are delivered within 15 business days due to order verification; and the delivery date should not exceed three months from the date of order.

The following Marriott Hotel Brands DO NOT accept Marriott gift cards of any type:

  • Bulgari
  • Design Hotels
  • Homes & Villas by Marriott International
  • The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club


TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place

Photograph ©2020 by Brian Cohen.

A savings of 15 percent is potentially beneficial if you know you will be staying at an eligible hotel or resort property of Marriott International, Incorporated and do not mind tying up your money until the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic subsides, which could still take months — although it is not as good as the 20 percent you could have saved on the same gift cards back in May of 2020.

Keep in mind that Marriott International, Incorporated was the first international lodging company to require the wearing of masks or coverings for the face in the public areas of its hotel and resort properties effective as of Monday, July 27, 2020.

Also keep in mind that even though Marriott International, Incorporated is expected to remain in business through and beyond the pandemic, purchasing gift cards can be a risky proposition financially due to 8 reasons to be careful about buying gift cards right now.

All photographs ©2015, ©2016, and ©2020 by Brian Cohen.


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