Can I add my husband to my Rewards account?
The accounts are for individuals and not families. You can transfer points between family members for no charge though.
firstname.lastname@example.org The first condition of enrollment in the rewards program is as follows:
Only individuals are eligible for Rewards Program membership, and each individual may maintain only one Membership Account. Corporations, groups and/or associated entities cannot enroll as Rewards Program Members.
So sorry but no you cant have any other person on your rewards account. A lot of people would like to do this especially to share elite membership benefits but that is not how the rules work right now
Now, who in the forum, found the previous answer - Not Helpful??????
communitymanagers - Please remove this idiotic function....or at least make the person who marked it to stand behind and be willing to explain their reason (otherwise, it's just trolling).
Also, in this case, both ks83 and rlswider provide accurate statements, answering the question; which hopefully, unlike Paris Lounge Breakfasts, Swimming lanes, and numerous other requests, the OP eventually responds with acknowledgement of the answer.
Wow, find myself unsure on how to respond.... Do I Like your comments or do I find them Helpful..... If it is helpful I guess I should like it too.....
Ahhh what the heck; I will like your comments and will indicate them as helpful as well..... whew.... time for more coffee.....
Someone marked rlswider's reply as Not Helpful. This no doubt led to your morning headache.
Like the Blues Brothers, I am on a mission to wipe out that worthless Not Helpful (or at least make it like Helpful in that the person marking it as Not Helpful is identified), until they do I will continue to seek out the weasel.
I now return you to your peaceful morning cup of coffee, thanks for playing along
Yes, I know some wiseguy can mark this reply as Not Helpful. No sweat, I'll have my good pal anadyr direct a heat seeking missile right at their stubby lil' Cheeto laden fingers!
So @erc I can like you comment but still mark it as not helpful ? Now if they had amusing......
Watch out for the penguin she weilds a wild ruler......
ERC: It’s 106 miles to Chicago, we’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses.
NE TRAVELING MAN: Hit it!
LMAO.... Yeah, I'm about the size of Belushi too!!!!!
Good points erc, I usually read each post most days. generally I am looking for good info that I may use on a later venture or just common good info. If I find that I will mark it helpful. So I guess if i don't mark it helpful it is not helpful. In most cases the helpful button in not relevant because it is just someone making a statement like I took a bike tour through Ottawa. The silly part is some will mark your bike ride as helpful just so they can get some of these credits that are equally odd
Like i es are generally more plentiful for me , I like that you took a bike ride in my capital. I wish more did.
I'm not sure what that persons reasoning was but I know when I first read the answer, although I knew it was a correct answer, I didn't like the answer; meaning, I wish we could add a spouse. Maybe that's what they were thinking too. I could be wrong, that person could just be an idiot lol, but it ran through my mind so I thought I'd offer the alternative theory.
Good answer. Like the way you think. - YouTube
Hi erc! We appreciate the call out and we understand the frustration here. The “Not Helpful” button is not something we can remove from the platform – it’s built into the software. While there are some design aspects of Insiders we can change, this is not one of them. In this instance, we can’t see why someone would say the comment was not helpful; however, there are other instances where we have had members use this function to help other Insiders out by marking “not helpful” when the information shared was incorrect. For example, had this post from @rlswider been incorrect a member could mark “not helpful” then reply to the post with the correct information. This flags the incorrect post for other users. We agree, this function should never be used for trolling purposes.
Come on Whitney, take a step out there on the wild side and get it removed otherwise erc and a few others (myself included) might really take the Rant-O-Meter to new heights, plus lose what is left of our minds attempting to dig up who it was that didn't find the reply HELPFUL!!!
All I know is it wasn't me, I was not online....great photo though of a fantastic looking group of sun glass wearers.
We have an update on the "not helpful" button! We were able to find a way to disable it, so you should no longer see it listed with the other comment action buttons. Thanks again for the suggestion.
I think this is not helpful at all and now cannot find a way to express my displeasure.
Do I really need to include a Smiley? :-)
Oh, wise guy! - YouTube
Fear not, no smiley necessary. Now with the loss of the Not Helpful, just follow the mods 8/23 advice (you know the one that said the function couldn't be disabled**) and instead mark it STUPID, that way we will all know that the info is incorrect and a reply can be made to provide correct information; but remember, no trolling .
Now, if we can only figure out a way to get OPs who ask questions to acknowledge (and I don't mean a flowery, gushing, thank you, just a 'got it') that they saw the replies.
** - Whitney, smiley face required on this parenthetical thought - not knocking you; you only report the stuff told to you
You don't mean the OP's don't come back to see the answers.....NAH!!
As stated no, however, I have made reservations in my name that my wife has checked in. Never any trouble. Sometimes she got in before me, others were her alone, but I paid (it was on my CC). Never have we had trouble.
Nipper, I have done the same, but am always aware these nights could not be counted. So far it has worked....
Both of you have same last name?? What if its different??
ks83 Don't know never tried.
But if you pay for it and call the hotel and explain that your wife iwll be checking in you should get the points.My son was stuck in Tucson (dust storms and we didn't want him driving home) so I got a room at a CY and called them told them my son would be picking up the key, I confirmed the CC (in my name), got the points. No mini-bar to worry about. :-)
Marriott's answer to your question: A slowly ratcheting middle finger.
There should be a way for a spouse/partner to share the benefits that they earned together. Period. End of story.
"How" that is done, and what "that" might "mean"...I could care less.
Marriott should have a policy, that addresses the issue members have when both spouses or partners earn points, but only one receives the benefits.
I am sure they could write something up that placates those that care, even if by name, that actually doesn't change anything from Marriott's standpoint when implemented.
This is the perfect situation for a policy of nothing in the name of political correctness.
Maybe we need to start an online petition to show them how many people want this feature. Mainly for the convenience.
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