Marriott is playing ball when it comes to giving customers some big experiences this winter.
Members of Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest are all eligible to bid on some exclusive Super Bowl LIII moments. Marriott’s position as a sponsor of Super Bowl LIII places the hotel chain in a prime position to be able to offer exclusive perks. Of course, you’ll have to battle more than 120 million members if you want to win access to some experiences that even money can’t buy.
Are you a football fan? Check out the exclusive moments being offered by Marriott for this year’s big game. Here they are:
- Members can bid loyalty points on the Ultimate Courtyard Super Bowl LIII Sleepover. This event allows one winner and a guest to enjoy an overnight stay inside a custom-built Courtyard guestroom before waking up on game day inside the stadium. Exclusive in-stadium experiences will follow.
- Special Super Bowl Moments packages will deliver prime viewing opportunities from inside Marriott’s own luxury suite. This perk comes with unlimited food and drinks. In addition, lucky members get to enjoy field access and some other fun perks.
- Super Bowl LIII weekend packages are on the table that offer chances to participate in the Pepsi Halftime Show and attend the Super Bowl LIII Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade.
Marriott is also offering access to events that are taking place during the 2019 Pro Bowl weekend. Lucky bidders will be able to participate in a post-practice experience and receive hands-on training from professionals. Access to a 2019 Pro Bowl practice is also on the table. There are also some tickets and access to a pre-game VIP tailgate up for grabs.
You’re going to need some serious points before you can even dream about bidding on exclusive moments from Marriott this winter. Bidding for the Ultimate Courtyard Super Bowl LIII Sleepover is already up over 1.3 million points. Bidding for access to Marriott’s luxury game suite has reached over 1.1 million points.
Bidding for all of the other experiences has reached hundreds of thousands of points. The idea of trying to earn exclusive Super Bowl perks may seem overwhelming for the millions of members who are still trying to figure out where they stand under the newly unified Marriott loyalty program. Members can now officially combine their separate Marriott and Starwood accounts into one account. This will enable them to finally have one account number and see their points balance on one screen after months of being in rewards-program limbo.