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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here – Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card

This week’s Thursday Giveaway is another chance to win 50,000 Marriott Rewards points — enough for two nights at a Category 5 hotel, or other uses such as a transfer to get started on the Southwest Companion Pass or a transfer to United (with an extra 25% bonus).

Marriott also bumped up the sign-up bonus on the Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card card to 80,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first three months. 80,000 points is quite a good offer — enough for a couple nights at a high-end Category 8 hotel or five nights at a Category 4. Depending on your needs, you could escape for the weekend at one of the hotel brand’s more luxurious properties, or stay for longer at a mid-tier destination. We value Marriott Rewards points at 0.7 cents per point, so that means you’ll get at least $560 in value from this sign-up bonus alone.

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The sign-up bonus is enough for a one night at a Ritz-Carlton Tier 5 property.

You must enter the giveaway below no later than 11:59pm ET on Monday, March 7. To enter this giveaway, visit our Facebook Page or enter below:

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Last week’s winners: Last week, we also gave away 50,000 Marriott Rewards points. Congratulations again to Carol G., who won by following us on Twitter. Stay tuned for more great giveaways on the blog, as well as on TPG’s Twitter, FacebookInstagram and Snapchat accounts.

Good luck with this week’s giveaway!

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