Members of Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s loyalty program, can earn points toward free nights at the company’s portfolio of hotels and premium and luxury home rentals when ordering food delivery on Uber Eats and requesting select Uber rides.
Currently only available in the United States, Marriott Bonvoy members who link their Marriott Bonvoy and Uber accounts in the Uber app will automatically start earning points on all qualifying transactions.
Members will be able to earn up to six points per dollar spent on Uber Eats delivery with a minimum US$25 basket and three points per dollar spent on Uber XL, Comfort and Black rides.
For a limited time, members who link their accounts and have at least one qualifying transaction by 31 May will earn an extra 2,000 Marriott Bonvoy bonus points.
“We are continuing to see our members return to travel and are excited to give them more opportunities to earn points toward free nights through Uber rides and Uber Eats,” said David Flueck, Senior Vice President Global Loyalty, Marriott International. ”This tremendous relationship with Uber reflects our goal to engage members and enable them to earn and redeem points whether traveling or through everyday activities at home.”
Members can earn points in the following ways:
- Six Marriott Bonvoy points per dollar spent on Uber Eats deliveries to hotels operating under Marriott brands in the United States with a minimum US$25 basket, and two Marriott Bonvoy points per dollar spent on non-hotel deliveries and food pick-ups in the United States with a minimum US$25 basket.
- Three Marriott Bonvoy points per dollar spent on Uber XL, Comfort and Black rides across the United States.
“We are thrilled to team up with Marriott Bonvoy to help our shared customers turn their stay-at-home habits into their next dream vacation,” said Jennifer Vescio, Global Head of Business Development, Uber. ”By quickly linking your Uber and Marriott Bonvoy accounts, you’re one step closer to your next trip when ordering from your favourite local spots on Uber Eats or hopping in a ride.”