LAST CALL: Marriott Buy & Gift Points 50% Bonus + 10% UnionPay Discount Through March 23, 2022


Marriott Bonvoy launched in February its last points sale before moving to dynamically priced awards in about a week.

Members can buy points with up to a 50% bonus and get a 10% payment discount if they settle the purchase using a UnionPay card through March 23, 2022.

You can access this offer on Marriott’s website here.

READ MORE: Marriott Bonvoy Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Note that a member’s account that receives the points must have been open a minimum of 90 days OR 30 if there has been any qualifying activity.

Bonus Table:

Price At 50% Bonus:

The cost of a point purchased at a 50% bonus is 0.83 cents each.

Marriott Moves To Dynamically Priced Awards In A Week:

Marriott Bonvoy Flexible Point Redemptions Rolled Out March 29 – 30, 2022


Buying Marriott points only makes sense if you can redeem for a fifth-night free award at a costly property, or the paid rates are throughout the roof, and award availability exists.

The fair value of Marriott Bonvoy points is somewhere between 0.4 to 0.6 cents each which is likely the range used for dynamic awards come next month.

Marriott Bonvoy has previously sold points at a lower price (60% bonus).

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

  • Transactions must be completed between 9:00 a.m. EST February 15, 2022, and 11:59 p.m. EDT March 23, 2022, to be eligible for the bonus Points purchase offer with a minimum purchase of 2,000 Points.

  • Bonus percentage is determined by the amount of points purchased. Buy 2,000 to 9,000 points and get a 40% bonus. Buy 10,000 to 39,000 points and get a 45% bonus. Buy 40,000 to 100,000 points and get a 50% bonus.

  • This offer is valid only for Points purchased through the promotion’s Buy Points and, Gift Points pages or while booking a hotel stay through the reservation path on

  • Purchased Points do not count toward Marriott Bonvoy® Elite Status.

  • Members may purchase Points or receive Points purchased by another Member as a gift for a maximum of 100,000 Points annually through the promotion’s Buy Points or Gift Points pages.

  • Members may purchase up to an additional 100,000 Points annually while booking a hotel stay through the reservation path on

  • When Points are gifted to another member, the recipient of the gift will receive the bonus Points.

  • Points that have been already purchased through the Buy Points or Gift Points pages or received as a gift in 2022 are included in the 100,000 Points purchase limit. The bonus Points earned with this promotion through the Buy Points or Gift Points pages are not included in the 100,000 Points annual purchase limit.

  • Points may be purchased in increments of 1,000, up to 50,000 Points (with a minimum purchase of 2,000 Points required for promotion eligibility), or in increments of 5,000, up to 100,000 Points.

  • Points can be purchased at a rate of US$12.50 per 1,000 points (US$62.50 per 5,000 Points) with a minimum purchase of 2,000 Points.

  • Points purchases will be processed within 72 hours after the purchase is complete.

  • A member must be an active member in good standing to purchase and/or receive Points.

  • New members may purchase Points thirty (30) days after enrollment in the Marriott Bonvoy program.

  • Once Points have been purchased or gifted, no refunds will be permitted.

  • Purchasing Points using a Marriott Bonvoy cobranded credit card will earn Points as an everyday purchase.

  • This is an exclusive, nontransferable offer for the intended recipient only and may not be forwarded.

  • For members purchasing Points using a foreign currency, Points are sold in U.S. dollars (US$). Points can be redeemed globally for stays at hotels that participate in Marriott Bonvoy, as well as with third-party programs that have a business relationship with Marriott Bonvoy, such as airline frequent flyer programs. Learn more about the Marriott Bonvoy program here and ways to redeem your points here. Please refer to your credit card company for foreign exchange rates. Once purchased, Purchaser’s credit card statement will reflect payment in their home currency on an itemized line displaying the Foreign Exchange rate charged by their issuing bank.

  • All Marriott Bonvoy Program Rules apply and can be found at

**UnionPay Terms

  • In order to receive the 10% UnionPay discount, you must purchase 2,000 or more Points with a UnionPay credit card (starting with 62).

  • Beginning at 9:00 a.m. EST November 4, 2021, for a limited time, purchases of 2,000 or more Marriott Bonvoy Points made with a UnionPay credit card with card number starting with 62 are eligible for a 10% discount.

  • This is a limited-time offer subject to promotional availability on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • UnionPay Cardholders can receive a 10% discount (up to US$62 per transaction) issued to your card account for eligible Points purchases charged to your UnionPay credit card. A maximum of five individual transactions with a combined total discount of US$310 per cardholder is permitted during the promotion period.

  • The UnionPay 10% discount can be combined with other eligible Points Purchase promotions.

  • The 10% discount will be applied after a purchase is completed. If a registered UnionPay card is used, the final billed amount will reflect the 10% discount on your card statement.

  • Members who elect to purchase Marriott Bonvoy Points using their UnionPay single-logo credit cards (with card number starting with digits 62) can do so by choosing Discover/UnionPay as their payment option.

  • Promotion is subject to UnionPay Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

  • The offer is made by a US entity for a global point program and purchase can only be made in USD out of China. Shanghai Gingerroot Hotel Management Co., Ltd., or any Marriott Chinese entity has nothing to do with the offer. UnionPay Cardholders can redeem their Marriott Bonvoy Points at all hotels worldwide that participate in Marriott Bonvoy.

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