Don’t Miss Today’s Answer For 1,000 Free Marriott Points

Nov 5, 2017

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The barrage of free points from Marriott continues today with another question in the hotel chain’s “Extra Points Sundays” NFL-themed promotion. As with previous weeks, you’ll need to reply to @MarriottRewards with the answer to this football trivia question by 8pm Eastern today, Sunday, November 5:

Not sure about the answer to this question? Here’s a hint: in Roman numerals, it would be XXXIII minutes minus XVIII minutes. Or you can take a look at the tweets of others who have already answered the question correctly to find the answer.

For those folks who haven’t previously linked their Twitter account to their Marriott account, make sure you connect the two before tweeting out your answer or you won’t get the points properly credited. It takes just a few minutes to connect your accounts using this page, and you’ll even pick up an extra 250 points for doing so. While you’re there, you can connect your Facebook and Instagram accounts as well and earn another 250 points for each social media platform. You’ll earn even more free points if you follow Marriott on Twitter and Instagram — an extra 125 points for each.

Based on TPG’s latest monthly valuations, Marriott points are worth 0.9 cents each, so these 1,000 free Marriott points are worth $9. With nine weeks left in the regular NFL season (including this week), you can still pick up $81 worth of free points even if you’ve missed all the previous weeks. Just remember that Marriott points earned via social activity don’t count toward resetting the expiration clock.

So don’t forget to post your answer tweet to @MarriottRewards — and include the hashtag #RewardsPoints — before 8pm Eastern tonight to collect your free points!

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