Marriott Rewards PointSavers March 2014 Update (2nd)

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Marriott Rewards offers PointSavers at number of hotels at up to 33% off of the usual number of points required for a free night. The participating change every few months.

Marriott Rewards PointSavers

Marriott has now added three properties to the PointSavers list. Awards at PointSavers hotels are charged at one category lower level and category 1 hotels at 20% off.

You can access Marriott’s web page for PointSavers awards here.

Here are the three properties that were added to the list:


Detroit Sterling Heights

Come for business or leisure and experience the TownePlace Suites Sterling Heights.

  • March 17 – June 8, 2014, 2014

New York

Renaissance New York Hotel 57

Discover this boutique hotel in New York City where modern design meets classic elegance.

  • – March 13-16, 20-23, 28-30, 2014
  • – April 3-6, 2014

New York Marriott East Side

Located in Midtown Manhattan near the city’s best attractions, dining and shopping.

  • – March 14-16, 20-23, 27-30, 2014
  • – April 3-6, 2014


Glad to see Marriott adding properties in Michigan and New York to the PointSavers. Let’s hope that they add even more properties to the discount list.

Here are the frequently asked questions by Marriott about this award type:

Marriott Rewards PointSavers Frequently Asked Questions

The worldwide PointSavers program is an exclusive special offer created just for Marriott Rewards members. PointSavers allows members to stay in highly desirable locations for fewer Marriott Rewards points.

What type of value does PointSavers provide?

The PointSavers value is exceptional. Members may receive up to a 33% savings on point redemptions depending on the hotel category and number of nights requested.

Locations participating in PointSavers are discounted by one category in Marriott Rewards point requirements.*

For example, members can stay in a Category 5 hotel while redeeming points for a Category 4 hotel. So, to stay at a Category 5 hotel for two nights at a standard redemption would require 50,000 Marriott Rewards points. The same stay with PointSavers would be 40,000 points or a 20% savings.

*Category 1 hotels point requirements are discounted by 20%.

Which Marriott brands participate in the PointSavers program?

PointSavers is a global program and all brands participate – JW  Marriott®, Autograph Collection®, Renaissance® Hotels, AC Hotels by Marriott®, Marriott Hotels and Resorts®, Courtyard by Marriott®, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott®, SpringHill Suites by Marriott®, Residence Inn by Marriott®, TownePlace Suites by Marriott, and Marriott Vacation Club®

While all brands are eligible to participate, all hotels may not be participating in PointSavers on all dates.

Are there other brands participating in PointSavers?

Yes, The Ritz-Carlton® hotels participate and offer up to a 28% savings in point redemptions.

How do I find the participating locations?

From the Marriott Rewards PointSavers® page you can perform a city-wide search.  Simply enter the city and state or the country and your dates to find the participating hotels. Alternatively, from other search forms just check Use Marriott Rewards points.

The participating hotels are always being revised, so you’ll want to visit often to see which brands and locations are available for your worldwide travels.

If a hotel is listed as a participating location, does this imply the hotel will always offer availability?

PointSavers are offered at the hotel’s discretion. If a hotel is listed on the PointSavers page, the hotel is offering PointSavers. Availability may vary by day.

Are e-certificates available for the PointSavers program?

Yes, they are available, and, as always, you’ll need to have advance reservations for PointSavers.

Where can I get help with PointSavers?

We’ll be happy to help you. Simply contact the Marriott Rewards Customer Service office closest to you.

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