Bonvoy members can transfer Marriott points to other members and to their own accounts with major frequent flyer programs. Members can transfer 1,000 points or more—up to a maximum of 100,000 points per year—to any other Marriott Bonvoy member. It does not have to be a spouse or relative, and there is no fee. Members can also transfer rewards points to one of Bonvoy’s 40+ partner airlines at a rate of 3 Marriott points per 1 airline mile. The minimum for this type of transfer is 3,000 points, and the maximum is 240,000 points transferred per day.
To share your points with another member, contact Member Rewards Customer Support at (801) 468-4000. To start transferring points to miles, sign into your Marriott Bonvoy account and go to "Transfer Points to Miles" on Marriott’s website. After clicking on “Transfer Points,” you’ll see a drop-down menu with a list of Marriott’s airline partners. Select the one you want and then enter how many points you wish to transfer. The number of miles that you receive will update automatically.
To maximize the value of your rewards points and get more benefits, Marriott Bonvoy members should consider signing up for RewardsPlus—a partnership between Marriott Bonvoy and United MileagePlus. RewardsPlus offers members status perks and bonus points for transfers between Marriott and United.
Another way to transfer Marriott points into airline miles is to purchase a Marriott Hotel & Air Package. These packages consist of a 7-night hotel stay plus a set number of airline miles. Call 1-800-321-7397 to order a travel package.
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