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Through October 31, 2017, American Express cardholders can save $30 on their next Marriott stay of $150 or more, thanks to this Amex Offer.

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This promo is available both through your account if you were targeted and on Twitter, which means you don’t need to have been targeted. However, you do need to make sure your card is connected with Twitter and add the offer by tweeting @AmexOffers with the #AmexMarriott tag. Once you’ve received a response from @AmexOffers, letting you know that the offer has been added to your connected card, you’ll be able to take advantage and save on your next stay.

The offer is good for one $30 statement credit per card when you spend $150+ on room rate and room charges by October 31, 2017. Unfortunately, the offer is only valid for Marriott properties in the US, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, meaning no international stays are eligible. In addition, the offer is not eligible for JW Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, AC Hotels by Marriott, Fairfield Inn, Residence Inn, SpringHill Suites, TownePlace Suites, Bulgari, EDITION Hotels, Courtyard by Marriott, Autograph Collection, Renaissance, Delta, Marriott Executive Apartments, Marriott Vacation Club, Gaylord Hotels, Protea, Moxy or Starwood properties.

Though only one brand is eligible, most Amex cardholders are can take advantage of this offer as long as your card is connected via Twitter and you get a reply from @AmexOffers. If you’re planning an upcoming stay at a Marriott property, this is a quick and easy way to save a bit of cash on your stay. Plus, if your stay will cost much more than $150, it would be worthwhile to connect multiple cards to the offer and pay for the stay in increments so each card will save you the $30.

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