Happy New Year Insiders!
In case you hadn’t already heard the news, the Industry’s-first Elite Rollover promotion is now a permanent program benefit. We know you value your Elite status so none of your Elite nights will go to waste.
Here’s how it works... any extra nights you rack up on your way to earning Marriott Rewards Elite status can be applied toward retaining your status the following year. Rollover nights can also help you achieve a higher Elite level faster.
Number of rollover nights
|=||Total nights earned at current year end||-||Any expired rollover nights from previous year||-||Number of nights needed to renew status|
And an example:
100 nights earned in 2012
– 16 expired rollover nights from 2011
– 75 nights needed to renew Platinum status
9 rollover nights credited towards your 2013 account
Feel free to visit marriottrewards.com/eliterollover for frequently asked questions or check out the following information on Elite Rollover Nights:
- Rollover nights are calculated based on the number of nights a member has earned in excess of the nights required to renew at their current level or to achieve a higher level
- Rollover nights benefit members who renew at their current status or achieve a higher status
- Once a member has met the # of nights to retain their current level, any additional nights will be rolled over to the next year
- If the member achieves a higher status than their current level (Silver to Gold, Gold to Plat), the additional nights beyond the newly achieved threshold will be rolled over
- If a member downgrades to a lower status (e.g., Plat to Gold, Gold to Silver) there would be no rollover nights
- Rollover nights expire after one calendar year