Win 1 of 1,000 Marriott Free Night Stays!

Marriott Free Night

I love winning free travel and this new sweepstakes will be awarding loads of winners.

Here is a chance for 1,000 of us to each win a Marriott free night stay in the new 1,000 Nights of Summer 2016 Sweepstakes!

The sweepstakes is being “brought to us” by The Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card. To enter, you don’t need to be a cardholder but you do need to have a Marriott Rewards account. (If you don’t have an account you can sign up for one before entering.)

The free nights being given away can be used at over 4,000 Marriott properties located in over 70 countries.

Some details about the contest:

The Prize: 1,000 winners will each win a 1 night stay at any category 1-9 Marriott property.

The Rules:

  • Open to legal residents of the fifty United States and DC
  • Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of entry
  • Must have Marriott Rewards membership
  • There is a limit of one entry per person during the sweepstakes

Sweepstakes ends on June 30, 2016 at 11:59:59 PM ET.

Find out more and enter for a chance to win one of 1,000 Marriott free night stays here.

8 thoughts on “Win 1 of 1,000 Marriott Free Night Stays!

  1. I’ll likely win this and then come to find out that it’s only good for USA hotels Cat 1-4 and only good for 6 months or less.

    Seriously. Thanks for the post 🙂

  2. FYI The official rules state the Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) is $375.00 each. This sounds like a 1099 and tax consequences to me. I am not entering.

  3. DaninMCI- Good Luck!

    Michael- That’s totally your call.

    Rich- I like your thinking! I’m not fully sure of the $ value of a prize which triggers a 1099, based on a quick search it appears to be $600.

  4. My experience is when ARV’s are stated, especially, at a high level, the 1099’s are coming. All are free to make their own decisions. My thinking is it is not worth it to give up my personal information when this may well turn out to be an after tax loser. Some wins are not wins. Just saying.

  5. Michael- Everyone can definitely make their own decisions when it comes to entering/ not entering a contest. For a prize valued at $375 are you really that worried about the tax consequences?

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