Marriott and Hyatt Facebook Point Giveaways

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I’m not a huge fan of sweepstakes, but I thought I’d share a couple hotel point giveaways. They both require Facebook “liking,” which means they’ll probably use all of your valuable information for marketing purposes – but hey, we’ve all got our price!

Hyatt Million Point Sweeps. I entered, but it annoyed me that you had to like each of their 8 brands and re-enter over and over in order to get the maximum entries. I gave up after a couple. Oh well, worth a shot!

Marriott 1,000,000 point giveaway. They want you to check back every day for a chance to win a whopping 1,000 points. I guess it can’t hurt if you’re bored!

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Intro APR on Purchases
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Regular APR
16.74% - 25.49% Variable
Annual Fee
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Balance Transfer Fee
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