The 3 Coolest Experiences Marriott Rewards Members Can Bid Points On
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Marriott Rewards members can now bid their points on various experiences through the program's new experiences marketplace.
The auction-style process allows members to one-up each other until the bidding closes. When it does, the member with the highest bid wins the experience.
Here, we'll highlight the three coolest experiences currently up for grabs.
Now through Sept. 14 Marriott Rewards members can bid on a ticket package to November's Breeders' Cup at California's Santa Anita Park.
The experience includes a pair of tickets to the championship Nov. 4 and 5, a VIP Fast Access Pass and a hospitality package that includes free beer and wine, complimentary lunch and snacks as well as simulcast TV coverage.
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But with seats located on the third-floor mezzanine Grandstand offering views of the main stretch and finish line, it's unlikely that you'll need to watch from the TV.
"Hamilton: An American Musical"
Also available to bid on now through Sept. 14 are tickets to the hottest show around in "Hamilton: An American Musical."
The winner will receive a pair of tickets to the show as well as a meet and greet with a cast member after the show. The one-of-a-kind experience kicks off with a three-course pre-show dinner alongside two cast members at the Theater District restaurant.
If that wasn't enough, the winning Marriott Rewards member will also receive an autographed "Hamilton" cast poster.
New York's iconic Thanksgiving Day parade is a bucket list event for many travelers and this year Marriott Rewards members can bid on the unique experience now through Sept. 14.
The winner will receive a three-night stay in a studio suite inside the Residence Inn near Bryant Park, a welcome basket of artisans and memorabilia and an all-you-can-eat brunch for a family of four. The winner and their guests will also receive access to the Inflation Day Tour the day before Thanksgiving to see the floats take shape.
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