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If you are like me (insane), you have been checking your Marriott account daily, waiting for the bonus elite nights to post.
They have now posted, but you’ll only find them online. I assume they will be in the app shortly, but for now take a look at Marriott.com.
If you weren’t feverishly refreshing and need a reminder of what I’m talking about, see this post about Marriott Gifting Elite Night Credits in 2021.
Here’s are the highlights:
Like last year, Marriott will deposit Elite Night Credits into your account if you held status in 2020, based on the status you had.
|ELITE STATUS TIER |
EARNED IN 2020
|ANNUAL TIER |
|50% ELITE NIGHT |
CREDITS (ENC) DEPOSIT
|Ambassador Elite||100 Qualifying Nights AND ||50 Elite Night Credits|
|Titanium Elite||75 Qualifying Nights||38 Elite Night Credits|
|Platinum Elite||50 Qualifying Nights||25 Elite Night Credits|
|Gold Elite||25 Qualifying Nights||13 Elite Night Credits|
|Silver Elite||10 Qualifying Nights||5 Elite Night Credits|
|Member||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
These nights do count towards your lifetime status, as will a new earned year of status under the promotion.
Note that, unlike 2020, Marriott has reduced the spend requirement for top-tier Ambassador status from $20,000 to $14,000.
Note that all of these nights count toward your Marriott Bonvoy Elite Choice Benefits, so if you are gifted enough to have Platinum already, you’ll be able to choose a 50 night benefit.
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