(EXPIRED) 10% cash back for Marriott, 12% back for IHG stays


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Shopping portal Retailmenot is offering 10% cash back on Marriott stays booked today (up to $50 back), 12% cash back on IHG stays booked today (also up to $50 back). If you have a qualifying booking to make, today could be a great day to book.

The Deal

Key Terms

  • 12% cash back with rewards earnings not to exceed $50.
  • Combine with other offers for an even better deal! Cash back is earned on the qualifying purchase total after any discounts and before any fees or taxes are applied.
  • Purchases of gift cards are excluded.
  • Rewards earnings up to $50.00.
  • Cash back is based on the room rate and does not apply to any taxes, service fees, VAT or other hotel facility costs (including restaurant and spa).
  • Cash back will be paid out up to 45 days after completed stay. Rewards earnings not to exceed $50.00.
    To Qualify for Online Cash Back:
    • Turn off all ad-blocking software.
    • Go directly to [ihg.com / marriott.com] from RetailMeNot to complete your purchase.
    • Provide your email address so we know where to send updates.
    • Once approved, the cash back reward will be available to be redeemed from your RetailMeNot wallet after your travel or stay is complete.
    • Not available outside the US. A U.S. phone number is required to redeem wallet rewards.

Quick Thoughts

Note that Retailmenot is a shopping portal like most others in that you click through Retailmenot and ultimately book directly with the chain. You can therefore expect full elite credit / benefits / hotel points and that your stay will qualify for any promotions.

The one thing that’s kind of unique about Retailmenot is that it is very common for them to cap earnings at $50. I bought a new washing machine last week and clicked through Retailmenot to the retailer knowing that I wouldn’t quite get the full percentage back being advertised since earnings were capped at $50, but it was still the best deal in the scenario. In these cases, you’ll want to consider that if you have a particularly expensive booking to make.

However, if you can take advantage of a full 10% back or 12% back, this can be a great deal. I was just looking at booking a mattress run for my wife to get to Marriott Platinum status and the extra 10% here will tip the scales to doing that.


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It says “no longer available” when I click on the link.


Should’ve clarified… the Marriott offer is “no longer available “.


Does it work on corporate rates?