Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card users earn one Marriott free night certificate each year after their account anniversary. Marriott free night certificates cover the cost of a night at a category 1-5 Marriott property, but they expire 12 months after being issued. So it’s good they’re easy to redeem online.
Here’s how to use a Marriott free night certificate:
Select “Use Rewards points.” On the reservation page, you will see the option to use your free night certificate (e-certificate).
Continue booking as you normally would. The certificate will be applied to your reservation, giving you a free night stay.
There are no blackout dates for Marriott free night certificates, so you shouldn’t run into any difficulties trying to use yours. But if you do, you can call Marriott Credit Card customer service for help, at 800-432-3117. Hope this helps!
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