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Announcing Marriott Bonvoy X National Park Foundation

Announcing Marriott Bonvoy X National Park Foundation

Old Sep 17, 20, 7:45 am
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Announcing Marriott Bonvoy X National Park Foundation

Marriott Bonvoy™ has teamed up with the National Park Foundation to give you more access to 85+ million acres of wilderness from coast to coast.

Thanks to this new partnership, you’ll get Member Rates starting at $99 at hotels near your favorite parks — from Acadia to Yosemite and so many more. You can also use your points to get an America the Beautiful Pass, which gives you access to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Whether you’re headed to Joshua Tree, Dry Tortugas or the Great Smoky Mountains, your entrance, standard amenities and day-use fees are all covered with the pass.

Plus, if you’re passionate about the outdoors and preserving wilderness, you can also donate points to the National Park Foundation. Most Americans live within 100 miles of a national park, and your donation helps to improve access and protect the parks’ natural environments.

Start planning your trip with Marriott Bonvoy and the National Park Foundation: bit.ly/35zrQwv

Get the latest program news before anyone else by visiting the Marriott Bonvoy Insiders Facebook group, where you’ll find details on the newest offers, plus tips to get the most out of the program.

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Old Sep 17, 20, 9:41 am
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I went on the link....

...and couldn't find the park card anywhere...what are the points required to redeem ?
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Old Sep 17, 20, 11:18 am
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...and couldn't find the park card anywhere...what are the points required to redeem ?
This link says it's not available until 9/22
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Old Sep 17, 20, 2:24 pm
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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post
...and couldn't find the park card anywhere...what are the points required to redeem ?
Hi HomerJ! The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass requires 22,500 Marriott Bonvoy Points to redeem, and will become available later today, via this direct link.

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Old Sep 17, 20, 8:36 pm
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That's actually a pretty cool benefit. But just remember that if you happen to have a child in the 4th grade, they qualify for a free year long pass starting September 1st of their 4th grade year.
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Old Sep 17, 20, 9:11 pm
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And if 62 years old, one can buy a lifetime Senior Pass for $80.



https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/pa...P_JUMP_5088578

To buy a Senior Pass online or by mail costs an extra $10.
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Old Sep 17, 20, 9:40 pm
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Regular annual pass is $80. If you want to donate to parks (a great cause imo) donate $ not marriott points which given the rate primarily benefits marriott.
This is just a bunch of marketing drivel targeting leisure outdoors travelers (in the absence of any other kind). Fully expect rollout of Campground by Marriott soon
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Old Sep 18, 20, 7:45 am
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Originally Posted by azepine00 View Post
Fully expect rollout of Campground by Marriott soon
I just think of select service hotels as campgrounds at this point anyway. The only thing that differentiates the experience is a few square feet of paper thin Chinese drywall.
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Old Sep 18, 20, 8:09 am
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What's special about getting member rates at whatever Bonvoy hotels might be located somewhat near a national park? This isn't new.
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Old Sep 18, 20, 8:56 am
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I bought my $80 lifetime America the Beautiful Senior Pass while staying at the Spring Hill Suites in Flagstaff for a three nights after a snow storm — over 60 miles from Grand Canyon National Park itself.
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