You can earn a Marriott Rewards referral bonus through Marriott’s Reward a Friend program. Each year, Marriott Bonvoy members can invite up to 5 friends or family members to join Marriott Bonvoy as new members. You will earn 2,000 bonus points each time your referred friend stays at a Marriott property, up to 5 stays per person. That’s up to 50,000 bonus points. People you refer will also benefit – they will earn 2,000 bonus points for each of their first 5 stays, up to 10,000 bonus points per person.
To earn a Marriott referral bonus, visit Marriott Bonvoy’s referral page and enter the names and emails of the people you wish to refer. They will receive an email from Marriott with information on how to sign up for a Marriott Bonvoy account. To get the bonus, they will need to sign up through a Marriott channel, such as Marriott’s website, or by contacting customer service and referencing Reward a Friend. Share your Marriott Bonvoy account number with your referrals to make sure everyone receives the bonus.
The Marriott credit cards issued by Chase also offer referral bonuses through Chase’s Refer a Friend program. You can earn 20,000 bonus Marriott points for each friend who gets approved, up to 5 friends and 100,000 bonus points per year. The other Marriott credit cards are issued by American Express and offer referral bonuses, too, but their referral bonuses will change depending on Amex’s current offers.
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