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Marriott Rewards: Free 90-day Gold Elite Status

added on November 24, 2010 by lexx575, last updated on November 24, 2010 by YanBz

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Stay 8 times in the 90 days to extend your membership.


Enjoy Instant Gold Elite Status with Marriott Rewards

As a valued HSBC Premier customer, you can enjoy instant Gold Elite status for 90 days with Marriott Rewards — the free, award-winning travel rewards programme that gives you the recognition and personal service you deserve.

Simply register below if you’re already a Marriott Rewards member or enrol & be automatically registered if you’re not yet a member.

Enrol into Marriott Rewards to receive 90 days of instant Gold Elite status. As a Gold Elite member, you will benefit from:

Room Upgrade*+
Guaranteed Lounge Access/Free Continental Breakfast***
Guaranteed Room Type 1
Free Internet Access ++
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  • 88852
    Posted by YanBz on November 24, 2010 [reply] 0 0
    The discount code they offer at the bottom of the page if for China and Hong Kong tells me this offer is targeted at HSBC customers (Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation). I am concerned this may not work with the US Marriot members
  • 88883
    Posted by YanBz on November 24, 2010 [reply] 0 0
    Alright, I get mixed signals around the web about this deal. Some say they are successfully registering w/ message:

    Congratulations! You’re registered to receive complimentary Gold Elite status for 90 days and a chance to enjoy Gold Elite membership until February 2012 if you complete 8 nights within the promotion period.

    While others say the page will not accept their membership number. You decide if it is worth your time to give it a try.
  • 88961
    Posted by szenwo on November 25, 2010
    [reply] 1 0
    Definitely a deal outside of U.S. When you try to fill out the form and select your state they all list states in Asia.

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