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List of publicly usable Marriott reservation codes

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The publicly available codes on this thread are working as far as we know. Please note that not every code will work for every property worldwide.

The best thing to do, rather than just posting "I'm staying at (fill in the blank)/does anyone have a code", is to try all the codes first. As such, this thread is not for "cheaper rate" requests.
Note that It's highly unlikely that FTers will find a code that isn't already listed based on a one-off request.

If the code is available at the property, it will show that/rate. If it's isn't available, it will let you know that. Please note that if if one (or more) code is available, only you can determine if the cost savings fits with your budget. If it does, great. If not, you might want to try and see if the property has a local promotion going or if you can use LNF (Look No Further/Best Rate Guarantee) for a better rate. Also note that sometimes a publicly available code may show a higher rate than just a regular booking. Not always, but sometimes.

If you have discovered a new code, please post it in this thread and update this Wikipost. But please, this list is ONLY for publicly usable codes. No corporate or private use only codes please. Thanks!

Online Reservations:

AAA also good for CAA members
AAZ Breakfast rate for AAA members (works as of 12/17)
A9M All State Motor Club - Thursday-Sunday
ADP (or ADV) advance purchase
A1X Percent-off Amex code for MVCI properties (requires payment by AmEx card)
AMX American Express - No longer in use.
ARN Culture package/Discover Europe
AXC AMEX Centurion, special booking requirements

B18 Up to $100 Bonus Buck promo - Certain US properties
BP6 Business Boost Package - Canadian FS properties
BAR Best Avail Rate
BOG Buy 1 get 1 free - Springhill Suites/Buy 2 get 1 free, buy 3 get 1 free, buy 4 get 2 free in Middle East and Africa
BWG Buy One Get One Free

C9E Free breakfast when you pre-pay in full with Visa
C9N Canada Discounts
C8E 20% off Europe Weekends and/or 3 for Germany CYs
COR: General corporate/business rate
CRP Corporate - No longer in use.
CUE Eastern U.S. Cultural / Arts
CFY Can't Beat Friday - UK (requires a Friday night stay)

D18 Deluxe Dining Package
D34 Special promo rates in europe and some u.s. areas
D50 Special Value Rate
D52 Northwest airlines specials in southwest US (no longer in use)
D55 Earn a $25 Visa Gift Card when you stay at participating Marriott properties and pay with your Visa® card.
D56 Family Fun pkg resorts AZ CA FL HI NV TX
D58 Sea World Orlando Promo (RI, SHS and FI by Sea World)
D60 Taste of Italy (dining packages, not only in italy)

EAT Meal Promo
EMV Theme park
ENC Encore Discount
E0P E0G E0S (Zero's folks) - elite promo codes

F8L Family fun in the SE USA
FAL “junk rates” OR
FAL Fall in love with ATL
FPL Florida Power & Light
FML Family rate pkg
FXL Florida Resident Rate
FR6 Florida Resident Rate

GOF Golf Package

H30 Free night stay in southeast
HOL Holiday
HON Honeymoon
HPR Stay 3 get one free

I24 Renaissance Hotels or SE FS Marriotts 3 night min $100 credit

LLR Cops/Firemen - or 2 rm family pkg World Center
LPR Local promotion rate
LRR Leisure Rate
LTS Long term stay
LVU Love You Special Rates

M96 Florida Weekend Rates (works as of 12/17)
M9W similiar to M11 with free b/f for 2006
M11 Marriott Rewards Member Offers - Must be Marriott Rewards member
M12 Marriott Rewards Elite Offers - Must be a Marriott Rewards member
M3D Buy 2 nights, get 3rd free in Middle East and Africa (T&C's)
M41 Across Florida - includes Breakfast
MAJ Family package
MEB Last Minute Weekend (Thu-Sun) Travel Deals, up to 20% off (formerly SPG Hot Escapes) Link.
MEM Marriott Elite Members - Must be a Marriott elite member to use (no longer used- now is "Mediamath" corporate rate)
MR5: Marriott Elite offer
MRP Marriott Rewards Member Offer
MW1 Point Saver Award availability (requires ordering of appropriate award cert)

N8R $50 Bonus Bucks for up to 2 nights
N9R Fall getaway
NCL Family package
NPR Cluster code - may require an id (use with caution)

OTP Come out and play - No longer in use.

P17 Point Saver Award availability (requires ordering of appropriate award cert)
P42 Pere Marquette New Orleans (and different results throughout Europe) also, Florida Spa Package
P74 Hawaii Escape
PES Escape Packages
PK3 Renaissance Bangkok, complimentary upgrade to Studio Suite for 3+ nights stay, expires 12/24/18
PKF Park and Fly
PKG Package Rates (Can sometimes bring up many types of "package" rates)
PRO Promotional Rates (Various promotional packages)

QR1 20% off Weekends, US (10/2019)

R6M Renaissance $50 Savings Cert future 2 night stay plus free Airline Companion Ticket
R8H Los Angeles Renaissance $76/night F-Su
RAC Regular Rate for Hotel(seems to be same as REG)
REG Regular Rate for Hotel(seems to be same as RAC)
ROM Romance Package for Couples
RXL Relax

S4B Stay for breakfast (works as of 12/17)
SHO Shopping Package
SPA Spa Package
SPO Sporting Event

TFB Two for Breakfast
THM Theme parks
TRS We Car(e) for you

UKH Metro Denver area discount (see post #871 for details)

V12 Marriott Resorts and JW Marriott Summer Gift Card Promotion
V88 London Area Marriott Hotels - No longer in use.

W8S Western hotels special rates
W9S LA Airport
W14 Wedding
W21 Winter Promotional Rates
WKD Weekend
WW9 Stay 2 nights get a Marriott Cheque worth up to €50/$50

XES - AmEx Card Bonus Buck promotional rate
XMA/XSP Xmas offer but works till March in some properties
XSP From Delta Skymiles statement (unknown if affiliated with above)
XSP also listed again as stay for breakfast

YB3 $20 Target gift card at CYs - No longer in use.
YB6 UK Barclays Promo - No longer in use.
YX1 $50 daily hotel credit (works as of 12/17)

Z2H Hot Rates AAA
Z4M Mesa AZ Courtyard - No longer in use.
ZEA RC Amex rate - may include breakfast and daily resort credit.
ZH4 Family Fun rate
ZJL: Various promos

6ME: free breakfast when you pre-pay in full with Visa

Phone Reservations Only:

WSAS $10 off and breakfast for 2 special rate
MYZZ 25 or 50 % off at select vacation Club Villas
MWAR 3rd night free in Thailand
MMEO 4th night free at select Marriott Offshore resorts in the Carribean
MWAQ JW Marriott Orlando Grand lakes & Orlando World Center
LLOF JW Orlando Grande Lakes Summer Reconnect Package:
RDPR $50 Dining Credit daily at participating JW Resort hotels
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Old Apr 22, 10, 6:36 pm
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
Did they shut FRD down?

edited to add: I just googled it so its out there for public search if anyone is interested so I'm not putting anything out here that they can't google
and FYI, i just tried it for kicks and it is still alive

so don't be making statements where you are trying to mislead us
F is Ford Motor Company's official Ticker code for the NYSE, unless MI changed it Fxx is NOT (nor is F) Ford's online booking code with MI

PS I'm too tired to check and see if that's the code or not...if it is just because you found it on google doesn't make it any less confidential
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Old Apr 22, 10, 8:27 pm
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I do not suggest just anyone use a code, but if your internal sources of YOUR COMPANY are not able to find out what your corporate code is, then there are many ways to find out. Since most, if not all, Marriott codes are three characters then, of course, shorter or longer stock codes probably won't work. But again, if you work for the company and have appropriate ID, then you should be able to use the code and not have any problems. I've been "retired" for over 15 years and I freely disclose this fact when checking in and no one at Marriott, Hilton, or SPG, have ever had an issue with me booking company rates or asked for ID. Unfortunately, it's not always (or often) the cheapest rate so I do pick the lowest rate I am able to use. I get questioned more when I use a MR code (M11, V12, MEB, etc.) and these are codes sent freely to MR members.

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Old Apr 22, 10, 8:53 pm
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Originally Posted by socrates View Post
F is Ford Motor Company's official Ticker code for the NYSE, unless MI changed it Fxx is NOT (nor is F) Ford's online booking code with MI
Off-topic:

* Oh for crikey's sake, the 3-letter code for Ford is accurate. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out. They can just plug it into the Marriott booking engine & it shows up as you guessed it, that American car company. Not saying a non-employee of said American company should use it, but to say it isn't real is wrong. Personally I'd rather have a 3-letter discount code on buying a BMW

If you read the WSJ, the publicly traded companies are listed in - oh yeah, 3 letter codes, not single digit codes (for the most part). I don't have a WSJ in front of me at the moment, so there might be a few singles, but the majority when I read the WSJ are 3 letters.

3 years ago when I had the flu & this stoo-pid topic was being debated then, I actually plugged in all the F500 company codes to see if they matched on Marriott's site (hey, I was bored). Not all matched, but a lot did. Do I use them? No.

Originally Posted by RogerD408 View Post
I do not suggest just anyone use a code, but if your internal sources of YOUR COMPANY are not able to find out what your corporate code is, then there are many ways to find out. Since most, if not all, Marriott codes are three characters then, of course, shorter or longer stock codes probably won't work. But again, if you work for the company and have appropriate ID, then you should be able to use the code and not have any problems. I've been "retired" for over 15 years and I freely disclose this fact when checking in and no one at Marriott, Hilton, or SPG, have ever had an issue with me booking company rates or asked for ID. Unfortunately, it's not always (or often) the cheapest rate so I do pick the lowest rate I am able to use. I get questioned more when I use a MR code (M11, V12, MEB, etc.) and these are codes sent freely to MR members.
* Oh puhleeze, while HR might not be know what a corp code is, a quick call to the corp travel dept will bring it up. If someone is legitimately entitled to a code, it's not that hard to figure out what it is from internal sources and no one need resort to looking up a corp code on google or in the WSJ.

Just out of curiosity, how many companies are you actually retired from if you're using company rates plural, or did you mean a singular company? And if you're retired (unless you retired young), wouldn't ARRP be appropriate? And do you really belly up to the check-in counter & say hey I booked XXX rate but I've been retired from the company for 15 years - is that ok? Do you make a back-up reservation each time in case they say, no it's not ok?

FWIW - I was never questioned on id when I worked for F50 or F500 companies (although I could legit provide it), nor have I been questioned on MR codes - presumably because they can see my elite # in the ressie

On-topic:

The title of this thread is PUBLICLY AVAILABLE CODES. Can we get back to that please?

And if not, could people take it to the threads that have discussed the public/private ethical debate ad naseum, which can be found via search, and post in those? I will if you will

Cheers.

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Old Apr 23, 10, 6:15 am
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Originally Posted by SkiAdcock View Post
Off-topic:

* Oh for crikey's sake, the 3-letter code for Ford is accurate. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out. They can just plug it into the Marriott booking engine & it shows up as you guessed it, that American car company. Not saying a non-employee of said American company should use it, but to say it isn't real is wrong. Personally I'd rather have a 3-letter discount code on buying a BMW
Sharon - as I said I hadn't verified it however there are enough 1 letter tickers on the NYSE (T isn't AT&T's booking code either) and as we all know NASDAQ uses 4 letter tickers so again using the WSJ to find the codes isn't a smart move
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Originally Posted by pqflyer View Post
Could you tell us the dates of your reservation? I could really use this for visiting family, but I have been unable to find this rate on the dates I've searched for. Thanks.
I made two reservations: third week in June and third week in October. Checked for a third reservation and can't find it any more.
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Old Apr 23, 10, 10:51 am
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Wanted to ask about MEB code. Brings up a reasonable rate at a Rennaisance in Fort Worth for this weekend. Is there anything I should know about using it...publicly available / usable yes? What about using the $100 cert with that rate?

I called the number on the cert and they say no to using both. So got an answer.

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Old Apr 23, 10, 3:36 pm
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Originally Posted by Frenchie Flyer View Post
Wanted to ask about MEB code. Brings up a reasonable rate at a Rennaisance in Fort Worth for this weekend. Is there anything I should know about using it...publicly available / usable yes? What about using the $100 cert with that rate?

I called the number on the cert and they say no to using both. So got an answer.

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MEB is a qualified rate, the only condition though is you must be a MR member
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Old Apr 24, 10, 4:51 am
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
HR at least in my company wouldn't know diddly squat; those fools would laugh at me if I asked for our corporate code LOL
As our travel department falls under HR, they spend very little time laughing at traveler/employee requests. Of course, the fact that we are directed to go there to pick up free Disney/Sea World/6 Flag tickets, Costco/BJ/Sam's Membership's, airline club memberships, etc probably helps, too.

Sorry to hear yours is staffed by fools..............
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Old Apr 24, 10, 12:15 pm
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Originally Posted by socrates View Post
Sharon - as I said I hadn't verified it however there are enough 1 letter tickers on the NYSE (T isn't AT&T's booking code either) and as we all know NASDAQ uses 4 letter tickers so again using the WSJ to find the codes isn't a smart move
Off-topic:

Well if someone is motivated enough, plugging in the 3-digit codes from WSJ into the Marriott booking engine will certainly bring up lots & lots that do match. So smart/not smart could be debated. Having said that, just because one knows codes doesn't mean one should use them if they're not entitled. BTW - I used to work for ATT so do know their corp code, although it's not hard to figure out

We can take it to PM or to the other threads, although the topic has been discussed enough in the past.

I used to work for some pretty large corps, and I don't recall calling HR to find out corp codes. For that matter, I don't remember calling the corp travel dept either to find out corp codes. I just used to call & say get me a reservation at (fill in car rental, hotel, airline). Maybe it was provided somewhere, but don't remember.

On-topic:

BTW - I know in the thread we've had some publicly available codes scattered throughout as people discover them - note I say publicly available. Does anyone know if the OP has been updating the first post w/ that info? If not, perhaps we could ask him/her to do so. I know that I rely on the first post primarily when doing searches.

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SkiAdcock......BTW - I know in the thread we've had some publicly available codes scattered throughout as people discover them - note I say publicly available. Does anyone know if the OP has been updating the first post w/ that info? If not, perhaps we could ask him/her to do so. I know that I rely on the first post primarily when doing searches.

I don't think it has been recently, and I agree - would love to see it done, as I use it quite often. TIA to the OP if they will do so!
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Marriott Friends and Family discounts

I am planning to stay at the JW Marriott in Denver this August. The code for friends and family of employees is nearly half the price of the regular rate. The code drops the price from $299 to $159. Seems like a decent deal. However it seems that I need valid ID or a rate authorization form. Since I don't know any Marriott employees, I am not sure if I can do this deal. Any ideas? Any employees that are willing to help?

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I am planning to stay at the JW Marriott in Denver this August. The code for friends and family of employees is nearly half the price of the regular rate. The code drops the price from $299 to $159. Seems like a decent deal. However it seems that I need valid ID or a rate authorization form. Since I don't know any Marriott employees, I am not sure if I can do this deal. Any ideas? Any employees that are willing to help?
If you're not an employee/friend/family, then you're SOL. You need paperwork to get it, and it has to come from those folk. Since you don't know any E/F/F, I'd say check the regular publicly available codes to get it under $299. I doubt any employee is going to offer you a F/F discount if they don't know you.

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Old May 13, 10, 5:37 am
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If you're not an employee/friend/family, then you're SOL. You need paperwork to get it, and it has to come from those folk. Since you don't know any E/F/F, I'd say check the regular publicly available codes to get it under $299. I doubt any employee is going to offer you a F/F discount if they don't know you.

Cheers.
^

Sharon this part isn't directed at you - but questions like this make me wonder if these are the same folks who walk into a bank with a gun and note and ask the teller if they'll get in trouble if they rob the bank.....using a code to which you're not entitled is theft, if you get away with it is another matter (whether your personal ethics see it as theft is another matter too)
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Old May 13, 10, 10:58 am
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As proven many times in the past, when a company has their product/service stolen they either enhance their controls or shut it down completely. Using discount codes you are not entitled to may not seem like a lot to some, but if it results in the program going away it then affects everyone.

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Old May 14, 10, 10:13 pm
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Sharon this part isn't directed at you - but questions like this make me wonder if these are the same folks who walk into a bank with a gun and note and ask the teller if they'll get in trouble if they rob the bank.....using a code to which you're not entitled is theft, if you get away with it is another matter (whether your personal ethics see it as theft is another matter too)
oh geez here we go again with the theft
I'm waiting for the felony part too if one gets a big enough discount to qualify for it to become grand theft felony

sheesh

don't start or keep spreading this theft thing; enough already
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