Marriott Bonvoy offers a free overnight stay after two stays

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If you ever stay in Marriott hotels but are not signed up for their Bonvoy program, this is now a good time to do so with a new offer that has just been announced. New members of the program will be offered a free Night Award (worth up to 25,000 points) after only two paid stays at Marriott Hotels from now until November 28, 2019.

After signing up for your Marriott Bonvoy account, you must book both stays through Marriott.com to be eligible for the offer (nights booked through third-party services such as Expedia, Travelocity and Kayak do not count towards this promotion). Once you have completed both stays, you will receive the free night as a credit in your Marriott account that can be used up to one year after the issue date.

This offer is only available to new members of the program, but whether you are new or have been with the program for a while, consider using a few credit cards co-designed by Marriott Bonvoy. Not only are they great travel buddies themselves, but they have an exponential effect that you get more Marriott Bonvoy points, as well as huge sign-up bonuses.

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