You can now earn Marriott Bonvoy points for select Uber rides and Uber Eats orders. Early birds get 2000 bonus points.
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Marriott Bonvoy and Uber have partnered to let guests earn Marriott Bonvoy points for Uber rides or for ordering food via Uber Eats.
Hilton and Lyft already have a similar partnership.
How many Marriott Bonvoy points can you earn with Uber?
You can earn Marriott Bonvoy points for using Uber in the following 3 ways.
- 3 Marriott Bonvoy points for every dollar spent on Uber XL, Comfort and Black rides across the United States.
- 6 Marriott Bonvoy points for every dollar spent on Uber Eats when you get your food delivered to a hotel belonging to any of the Marriott brands in the United States. A minimum $25 order is required.
- 3 Marriott Bonvoy points for every dollar spent on Uber Eats non-hotel deliveries and food pick-ups in the US. A minimum $25 order is required.
How to link your Uber and Marriott accounts?
Before you can start earning, you need to link your Marriott and Uber accounts.
- Open the Uber app.
- Go to “Settings” and scroll down.
- Tap on “Marriott Bonvoy.”
- Tap “Link Account.”
- Sign in to your Marriott Bonvoy account with your email or membership number and wait for confirmation that your accounts have been linked.
- Start earning on qualifying Uber Eats orders and select Uber rides.
If you don’t see the option in your Uber App, you might need to update the app first. It also looks like that this option will show up only in US based Uber accounts.
2000 bonus points promotion
During the initial launch, Marriott is offering a bonus of 2000 points for linking your account and completing a qualifying transaction.
You need to complete the linking of accounts and your first qualifying ride or Eats order by May 31st 2021.
This is a great offer to add a few points every day to your Marriott Bonvoy account for commuting, going out, meeting friends or ordering food.
Even if you don’t use Uber too frequently, I see no harm in linking accounts.