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Acquiring elite hotel status is one of the best ways to make your trip more rewarding and enjoyable. There can be a big difference between staying elite and non-elite, from upgrades and bonus points to free breakfast. But how do you quantify the value the situation brings?
In this guide, we'll try to do just that with one of the largest and most popular hotel rewards programs in the world: Marriott Bonvoy.
As the combination of the three previous programs (Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and Ritz-Carlton Rewards) fade into the background at Marriott Bonvoy, we continue to see changes to the program.Fully dynamic award pricingwas one of the main causes of concern.
A lot has changed, so this analysis will delve into the combine program and try to answer a simple question: is it worth pursuing (or keeping) Marriott Bonvoy Elite in 2023?
Before I go any further, I'll start with a simple caveat: the calculations below are only one way to estimate the value of Marriott Bonvoy elite.
Maybe you don't eat much breakfast and therefore don't care about the benefits. Or maybe you're on a business trip and don't like being able to upgrade to a bigger room at check-in. You can adjust the numbers based on your personal travel patterns and the value you'll get from each applicable benefit.
Also, all of these numbers are based on the value of benefits you will receive once you reach a certain status and continue to qualify each year thereafter. If you're starting from scratch, you won't reap the benefits from day one. At the end of the post, I've included a breakdown of people who hold this position.
Finally, it is important to highlight the key assumptions we make to arrive at the final prices for each level of Marriott Bonvoy Elite Status:
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- Complete 20% more nights than the minimum required for the level.
- Spend an average of $150 per night on eligible expenses.
- Your average stay is two nights.
I will also use the following case that characterizes Marriott:
- Your stays are split evenly between full-service properties (like Westin and Renaissance) and limited-service properties (like Fairfield Inn or SpringHill Suites).
As always, be sure to adjust these numbers based on your personal travel patterns.
Two final reminders: For the purposes of this analysis, I base the value of all bonus points earned onLatest TPG ratings, which Marriott lists at 0.84 cents each. I also round all estimates to the nearest $5 to simplify the numbers.
Related:Enjoy automatic status and bonus points with these Marriott credit cards
Elitarny status Marriott Bonvoy
Marriott has five published levels of Elite Status - here's an overview:
|Silver Elite||Gold elite||Platinum Elite||Titanium Elite||Elite Ambassadors|
|Qualifications||10 nights a year.||25 nights a year.||50 nights a year.||75 nights a year.||100 nights per year plus $23,000 in eligible expenses.|
|Elite Points Bonus||10%.||25%.||50%.||75%.||75%.|
|Late check-out (available in some locations)||Priority, not guaranteed.||14 seats||16 cat||16 cat||16 cat|
|Room upgrade (available at check-in)||✓||Including select apartments.||Including select apartments.||Including select apartments.|
|Access to living room||✓||✓||✓|
|Dedicated support for the elite||✓||✓||Ambassador service.|
|48 hour guarantee||✓||✓|
|Welcome gift||Steering.||Points, breakfast or convenience.||Points, breakfast or convenience.||Points, breakfast or convenience.|
|Annual election privilege||✓||✓|
|United RewardsPlus Benefits||Status elit United Premier Silver.||United Premier Silver Elite|
Marriott Bonvoy Silver Elite (35 USD)
The lowest tier in the Marriott Bonvoy program is Silver Elite status, which is usually achieved after 10 nights. This is also included as an automatic benefit with the 15 Elite night credits you can earn annually on some currently available co-branded credit cards:Karta kredytowa Marriott Bonvoy UnlimitedIMarriott Bonvoy Bold Credit Cardfrom Chase.
For the purposes of this analysis, I'll assume you have six 12-night stays split evenly between full- and limited-service Marriott properties.
|Extra points||Earn 10% more points than regular members. That's an extra 1 point per dollar spent at most properties (though only 0.5 extra points at Element, Residence Inn and TownePlace Suites locations). At 12 nights and an average rate of $150 per night, that equates to 1,800 points.||$15.|
|Late departure||Members may request a late check out by calling the front desk on the day of departure and informing the agent of their expected departure time.|
This benefit is subject to availability and has no set time.
Related:The best ways to earn Marriott Bonvoy points
Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite (805 USD)
Gold Elite status is the second level in the Marriott Bonvoy program and is typically earned after 25 nights. There are many credit cards that either include or allow this status:
- Platinum Card® IZ American Expressaprovides automatic Gold Elite status.
- Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card (no longer open to new applicants) activates automatic Gold Elite status.
- TheKarta kredytowa Marriott Bonvoy Unlimitedallows you to earn Gold Elite status by spending $35,000 in purchases each billing year.
- TheKarta Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express®provides automatic Gold Elite status.
- TheKarta Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express®allows you to earn Gold Elite status by spending $35,000 in purchases each billing year.
The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card details are developed independently by The Points Guy. The card information on this page has not been verified or provided by the card issuer.
Most Bonvoy cards also reward you15 Elite Night Points per year, enabling cardholders to attain Gold status with just 10 additional nights of Elite status. You are limited to 15 credits per Marriott Bonvoy account from personal cards. You can only collect Elite Night Credits without a business or personal card, which increases the maximum to 40 Elite Night Credits per year. Remember that tooKarta Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express®includes 25 elite nights per year.
I'm assuming you have 15 30-night stays evenly split between Marriott Full Service and Limited Service properties.
|Extra points||Earn 25% more points than regular members, which equates to 2.5 extra points per dollar spent at most hotels. Since I'm assuming 30 nights at an average rate of $150 per night, that's an additional 11,250 points worth $95.||$95.|
|Priority for late check out||Gold members have priority for late check out until 14:00, subject to availability.||$50.|
|Improved Internet||Gold members enjoy faster speeds with free extended internet access.||$15.|
|Room upgrade||Gold members can upgrade their available space to upgraded rooms at check-in. This may include upper floor rooms, rooms with special amenities or executive floor rooms, but not suites.|
I will use the same estimate of $20 per night as in other elite hotel guides.
It's worth noting that this applies to almost all Marriott brands, with the exception of Marriott Vacation Club, Marriott Grand Residence Club, Aloft, Element and Vistana.
|Welcome gift||Receive the welcome gift of Bonus Marriott Points at check-in - either 250 points for limited-service properties or 500 points for full-service locations.|
Based on the above assumption, you would earn an average of 375 points (worth about $3) for each of your 15 stays.
Related:The award-winning travel guide for Marriott Bonvoy
Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite (2495 USD)
The third level in the Marriott Bonvoy program is Platinum Elite, which typically requires 50 nights. This is comparable to Gold status from the older Marriott Rewards and Ritz-Carlton Rewards programs.
Like Gold Elite, you can earn this credit card status in a number of ways:
- TheKarta Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express®ensures automatic Platinum Elite status.
- Spending $75,000 per membership year on the now-discontinued Ritz-Carlton Rewards card.
For the purposes of this analysis, I'll assume you have 30 60-night stays split evenly between Marriott Full Service and Limited Service properties.
|Extra points||Platinum Elite members earn 50% more points on paid stays than regular members.|
This gives you 5 extra points for every dollar you spend. Since we're assuming 60 nights at an average rate of $150 per night, you'll receive an additional 45,000 points worth $380.
|Priority for late check out||Platinum members have a 16-hour warranty. late check out with few exceptions. Subject to availability at resorts, convention and design hotels and not available at all for stays at Marriott Vacation Club, Marriott Grand Residence Club and participating Vistana properties.||$125.|
|Expert phone support||Platinum Elite members have access to a dedicated phone line that can come in handy when you need help with your booking.||20 dollars.|
|Improved Internet||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$60.|
|Upgrade to upgraded rooms, including suites||Platinum Elite members enjoy upgrades to superior rooms upon check-in, including suites (though not at Ritz-Carlton properties).|
However, this excludes Marriott Vacation Club, Marriott Grand Residence Club, participating Vistana properties, Aloft hotels and Element hotels.
We will increase the estimate slightly to $35 per night for full service stays and use the much lower $5 per night for limited service properties.
|Access to living room||You are guaranteed Club Lounge access at the following properties: JW Marriott, Marriott, Delta Hotels (not resorts), Autograph Collection, Renaissance, Sheraton, Le Meridien and Westin.|
For older Marriott brands, if the lounge is closed or there is no lounge at the property, you are entitled to breakfast at the hotel restaurant or at 750 outlets.
At the time of writing, these brands make up about 25% of the programming portfolio, so I'm assuming $10 a night for 15 of the 60 nights.
|Welcome gift||Things get a little complicated with the way the program handles welcome gifts for Platinum Elite passengers. At first glance, it sounds simple enough ("points, breakfast offer or benefits"), but it quickly gets complicated when you consider the 32 brands.|
Breakfast is included for everyone on some brands, given as a welcome gift for Platinum members with others, and available in the lounge as a separate Platinum benefit with others.
For a full breakdown of these benefits, check out this handy guideMarriott Breakfast Benefitsand remember that some benefits vary by brand. However, I will price this gift at $10 per night at full-service locations, and since brands like Fairfield and SpringHill Suites offer 500 points per stay, $4 per stay at limited-service properties.
|Annual election privilege||Platinum Elite members are entitled to an annual voting benefit once qualified. You can choose from:|
We recommend the Suite Night Awards as you will be able to confirm a basic suite up to five days before check-in - although this depends on each property and is not guaranteed. I'll put them at $40 each.
Related:How to Redeem Marriott Bonvoy Points
Marriott Bonvoy Titanium Elite (4685 USD)
The next level in the Marriott Rewards program is Titanium Elite status. This level is usually achieved after 75 nights (and therefore comparable to the old Marriott Platinum). For the purposes of this analysis, I'm assuming you have 90 nights, split evenly between Marriott Full Service and Limited Service.
|Extra points||Titanium members receive a 75% bonus on paid stays, which equates to an additional 7.5 points per dollar spent at most hotels in the Marriott portfolio.|
Based on my assumption of 90 nights at an average rate of $150 per night, this adds up to an additional 101,250 points worth $850.
|Priority for late check out||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$175.|
|Expert phone support||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$30.|
|Improved Internet||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$90.|
|Upgrade to upgraded rooms, including suites||The room upgrade benefit for Titanium members is almost the same as regular Platinum members, except that suites are included at Ritz-Carlton properties.|
I will go with the same estimate ($35/night for full service properties and $5/night for limited service hotels) with an additional $200 for the additional suite option at Ritz-Carlton hotels.
|Access to living room||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$225.|
|Welcome gift||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$540.|
|Annual election privilege||Once you earn 50 Marriott Bonvoy Elite Qualifying Nights, you can choose one of the Choice Benefits listed above, but reaching 75 Qualifying Nights unlocks another Choice Benefit.|
You may have the same options as above, with two exceptions. You can gift Gold Elite status to a friend/family member instead of Silver status. You also have the additional opportunity to be rewarded with one free night (applies to properties costing up to 40,000 points).
We will stick to our estimate of $50 per night, with an estimate of $500 if we factor in the annual benefit of the option earned over 50 nights.
|Status elit United Premier Silver||United and Marriott joined forces to createRewardsPlus partnershipwhich gives Titanium Elite members automatic United Premier Silver status.|
Mivaluethat tier is $495, though the actual benefit depends on how often you fly United. We assume conservative use and assign a price of $200.
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Marriott Bonvoy Ambassador Elite (6445 USD)
The highest level in the Marriott program is Bonvoy Ambassador Elite. To qualify at this level, you must reach 100 Elite Qualifying Nights and $23,000 in eligible spending. For the purposes of this analysis, I'll assume you have 120 nights, again evenly split between full and limited service properties, but to reach the $23,000 threshold, I'll increase your nightly rate to $195.
|Extra points||Same benefit, but with 120 nights and an average rate of $195 per night, you'll earn an additional 175,500 points, worth about $1,475.||$1475.|
|Priority for late check out||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$225.|
|Expert phone support||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$40.|
|Improved Internet||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$120.|
|Upgrade to upgraded rooms, including suites||Same benefit, more frequent use.||2.600 $.|
|Access to living room||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$300.|
|Welcome gift||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$720.|
|Annual election privilege||You will not receive additional benefits from your selection if you stay more than 100 nights, so we will keep the price the same.||$500.|
|Status elit United Premier Silver||Same benefit, more frequent use.||$265.|
|Ambassador service||In the past, Marriott has assigned all Ambassador Elite members a dedicated ambassador to handle reservations and other requests.|
Unfortunately when it was discontinuedMarriott fired its ambassadorsin response to the coronavirus pandemic. They announced itDedicated ambassadors will return in 2023which could increase the value of this benefit again. For now, we'll take a conservative approach and estimate this benefit at $100.
|your 24||The second (and final) benefit unique to Ambassador Elites is the Your24 benefit, which allows you to choose your check-in and check-out times.|
However, its versatility is subject to availability, with many reports suggesting it's hit or miss, so we'll price it at $100.
Related:17 Ways to Earn Lots of Marriott Bonvoy Points
What if I start from scratch?
Of course, as I mentioned earlier, all of the numbers above represent prices for those of you who have already earned these status levels. However, you can start from scratch with no status in the new Marriott program. In this case, you will not receive any benefits until you spend 10 nights and attain Silver Elite status. After that, you won't get any additional benefits until you reach 25 nights to earn Gold Elite status. How can you quantify this increase in ranking?
As with a number of elite airlines, I tried to answer this question by converting the above calculations to a nightly rate as follows:
- Marriott Bonvoy Silver: $35/12 nights = $2.92 per night.
- Marriott Bonvoy Gold: $805/30 nights = $26.83 per night.
- Marriott Bonvoy Platinum: $2,495 / 60 nights = $41.58 per night.
- Marriott Bonvoy Titanium: $4,685 / 90 nights = $52.05 per night.
- Marriott Bonvoy Ambassador: $6,445 / 120 nights = $53.71 per night.
For example, let's say you plan to spend 60 nights at Marriott properties this year. If you are starting over, you will receive no benefits for the first 10 nights, then you will receive Silver benefits for the next 15 nights ($2.92 per night), then Gold benefits for the next 25 nights ($26.83 per night each) USD per night) ) and finally enjoy Platinum benefits for the last 10 nights ($41.58 per night). So if you start from scratch and figure you'll spend 60 nights at Marriott hotels in 2023, you'll get $1,130.35 in program value.
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Is Marriott Elite Worth Pursuing?
Given these prices, is it worth pursuing Elite status (or a higher level of Elite status) with the Marriott program?
As with every analysis we do at TPG, there's no simple answer to this as it depends entirely on your individual situation. However, here are some key questions to help you decide:
- How much will you travel in the future?When aiming for elite, it's important to think about how much you'll be traveling in the future. For example, if you work hard to earn Platinum, the valuable benefits listed above only apply if you actually travel.
- What is the incremental value of one level over the other?Many of you may get to the next level, so consider whether the benefits are worth the effort. There is no point in going all out for benefits that are not important to you.
- How well does Marriott's geographic coverage fit into your typical travels?There's really no point in targeting the elite at a hotel chain if you can't regularly stay at one (or more) of their properties. Explore various Marriott hotels near your regular destinations.
- How sensitive are you to price and convenience?There are many trade-offs in this hobby, and one of the most common is deciding whether to use your preferred airline or hotel chain when it's not the most convenient or cheapest. Would you stay at a Marriott hotel if there was another cheaper and/or more convenient brand where you needed to be? If the answer is no, earning Marriott Elite status (or any hotel chain's elite status, for that matter) may not be worth it.
- Is a credit card a better option?As mentioned above, many credit cards have elite status in the Marriott Bonvoy program. As a result, it might be best to just open one and reap the benefits without having to worry about qualifying (or re-qualifying) the hard way.
The answers to these questions are not easy, as many different factors are at play. However, it's worth evaluating your own situation when deciding whether Marriott Elite status is right for you.
Related:Maximize redemptions with the Marriott Bonvoy program
Earning and maintaining hotel-level status can be very rewarding, and with the Marriott Bonvoy program, you have a vast global network to do just that. While it's not easy to quantify the value of the benefits these statuses offer, I hope this post has given you a framework to help you decide whether the 30 brands under the Marriott umbrella are worth pursuing in 2023 and beyond. .
This is The Points Guy's permanent Marriott Bonvoy Elite Status page, so feel free to bookmark it and check back regularly for the latest information.
Additional reporting by Nick Ewen and Ed Pizzarello.
Disclaimer: The views expressed herein are solely those of the author and not of any bank, credit card company, airline or hotel chain and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise approved by any of these entities.
Yes, we extended Members' Elite Status through February 2023, whether earned in 2019 or 2020.Is Marriott status good for the next year? ›
In January 2023, all Members will have their 2022 loyalty activity evaluated as follows: Members who achieved their existing Elite status again in 2022 will have their current status renewed through February 2024.What is the highest Bonvoy status? ›
The top tier in the Marriott program is Bonvoy Ambassador Elite. You must reach 100 elite qualifying nights and $23,000 in qualifying spending to qualify for this tier.How long does Bonvoy Elite status last? ›
How long does Marriott Bonvoy status last? Elite status is valid in the year in which it's earned and an additional 14 months after that year. For example, if you earn elite status in November 2020, the status that you earn is valid until February 28, 2022.What are the tiers of Bonvoy 2023? ›
Marriott Bonvoy has five elite status tiers: Silver, Gold, Platinum, Titanium and Ambassador.What is the highest lifetime status with Marriott? ›
What is the highest Lifetime status with Marriott? Lifetime Platinum Elite status is the highest level and it can be achieved after earning 600 lifetime nights and 10 years of Platinum Elite status or higher.Is Marriott Bonvoy ending? ›
Now, Marriott Bonvoy is ending them altogether on March 28, 2023, citing low demand as a reason.Does Marriott give raises every year? ›
Marriott has wage caps. Once you hit the cap, no more raises. You have to go union to get a raise. Yearly, with a maximum of 4% COST OF LIVING INCREASE.How do you get lifetime platinum at Marriott? ›
You must earn 600 Qualifying Nights and 10 years as Platinum Elite or higher to achieve Lifetime Platinum Elite status. Marriott Bonvoy® would love to welcome you to the Lifetime Platinum Elite community!Can you lose Bonvoy status? ›
Marriott Bonvoy: Once you earn elite status, it will be valid for the rest of the calendar year in which you've earned it and an additional 14 months after that.
Marriott Bonvoy credit card credit score requirements
You will need a Good to Excellent credit score rating of 690-850 to improve your chances of approval. Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express® Card.
However, the benefits become greater once you obtain one of five status levels: Silver, Gold, Platinum, Titanium and Ambassador Elite. To earn elite status, you'll need to stay at Marriott properties for a specific number of nights each year. Here's what it takes to reach each level.What do you get for elite status for Marriott? ›
Elite Membership Tiers. Earn 10% more points on every eligible hotel purchase, including room rate and other incidentals that can be charged to your room, such as dining and spa. Enjoy late checkout and sleep in longer.How many nights for Bonvoy Platinum Elite? ›
Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite status
How to earn: Stay at least 50 qualifying nights per calendar year. Bonus points earned on hotel purchases (including room rates and other incidental charges): 50%.
Gold Elite travelers are eligible for 2 p.m. late checkout when available, and you can get Gold Elite status as a perk of several premium credit cards.What Marriott level does Amex Platinum get you? ›
As a Platinum Cardmember you are eligible to enroll in complimentary Marriott Bonvoy™ Gold Elite Status.What Marriott status do you get with Amex Platinum? ›
As a The Platinum Card®, Member, you are invited to enroll in complimentary Marriott Bonvoy™ Gold Elite status and enjoy the following experiences: A complimentary upgrade to an enhanced room at check-in, if available: corner room, higher floor or better view*.What is above Platinum Elite Marriott? ›
Level Up to Titanium
Achieve Marriott Bonvoy™ Titanium Elite status after 75 nights.
How long does Titanium status last? Marriott Bonvoy elite status is earned based on calendar year activity. When you earn elite status, you enjoy the benefits for the remainder of the current year and the 14 months that follow.How many lifetime Platinum members are there? ›
At which time I earnestly hope I am no longer still in this life… It's estimated that the number of people who will qualify for lifetime Platinum status are in the hundreds. Qantas Frequent Flyer has nearly 13 million members, so that represents less than 0.01% of members.
The minimum starting credit limit for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card is $5,000. Credit limits vary based on the applicant's creditworthiness, and it's possible to get a much larger limit. Some cardholders have reported getting credit limits of $25,000 or more with this card.Do Bonvoy Suite Night Awards expire? ›
Suite Night Awards expire on Dec. 31 of the year after they're earned. So, if you earn 50 Elite Night Credits in 2022 and select Suite Night Awards as your Annual Choice Benefit, those certificates will be valid through Dec. 31, 2023.Is there a difference between Marriott and Marriott Bonvoy? ›
The difference between Marriott and Marriott Bonvoy is that Marriott is the hotel chain, while Marriott Bonvoy is the hotel chain's loyalty program. Launched in 2019, Marriott Bonvoy replaced the Marriott Rewards, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) loyalty programs.Do I get Bonvoy points back if I cancel? ›
Yes, if you cancel your Hotel Reservation made with Marriott Bonvoy® Points or Free Night Awards within the Cancellation terms of your Reservation, your Points/Awards will be returned to your Account (Outside the Cancellation terms of your Reservation, penalty fees will apply.)What is the highest salary in Marriott? ›
At Marriott, the highest paid job is a Group Product Manager at $219,698 annually and the lowest is a Sales Manager at $28,000 annually. Average Marriott salaries by department include: IT at $93,724, Customer Support at $140,885, Engineering at $116,728, and Marketing at $143,620.How much PTO does Marriott give? ›
Marriott's PTO and Vacation policy typically gives 15-20 days off a year with 66% of employees expected to be work free while out of office. Paid Time Off is Marriott's most important benefit besides Healthcare when ranked by employees, with 41% of employees saying it is the most important benefit.What is the salary of Marriott Bonvoy? ›
The average Marriott International salary ranges from approximately ₹ 1,42,892 per year for Back Office Executive to ₹ 6,99,031 per year for Sales Manager.Does Marriott Platinum Elite status expire? ›
The Marriott status you earned in 2021 will expire at the end of February unless you requalified or achieved a higher status level in 2022.How to get Marriott Gold status for free? ›
You can get automatic Gold Elite status with Marriott Bonvoy just by holding a certain travel or hotel credit card. The Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card and the Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express® Card both offer complimentary Gold Elite status as a perk of card membership.Does Marriott Gold get lounge access? ›
The simple answer: No, you don't get executive lounge access with Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite status. Executive lounge access is only complimentary for Platinum, Titanium, or Ambassador Elite status members.
The Marriott status you earned in 2021 will expire at the end of February unless you requalified or achieved a higher status level in 2022.What years update Marriott lifetime status? ›
If you have requalified for Elite Status at the same Elite level as the year prior, your Lifetime total will be updated in the early part of the following year. If you have earned a higher level than the previous year, your Lifetime total will update at the time of achievement.Do Bonvoy points disappear? ›
Yes, Marriott Bonvoy® Members must remain active in the Marriott Bonvoy® Loyalty Program to retain Points they accumulate. If a Marriott Bonvoy® Member Account is inactive for twenty-four (24) consecutive months, that Marriott Bonvoy® Member Account will forfeit all accumulated Marriott Bonvoy® Points.How do I keep my Marriott Bonvoy points from expiring? ›
- Make a paid stay at a Marriott Bonvoy property.
- Earn Marriott points when you use Uber or Uber Eats.
- Earn points for dining out through Marriott's Eat Around Town — including new member bonus offers.
- Redeem points for a reward stay.
Can I enroll in the Marriott Bonvoy® Program for my Spouse and Myself? Marriott Bonvoy® Membership is for individuals only, but you can transfer Points between Accounts.Does Marriott lifetime status expire? ›
Lifetime status is based on the total number of years you've been Silver, Gold, or Platinum Elite, along with the number of nights you've earned collectively throughout your time as a member of Marriott Bonvoy. Points that never expire. Benefits you'll receive forever.How many nights for titanium status Marriott? ›
While you must have 75 elite night credits to earn Titanium status, there are multiple ways to earn those credits, including by holding one of Marriott's co-branded credit cards. With Titanium elite status, you'll receive numerous benefits that save money, earn additional points and improve your stays.How many nights do you get for Marriott Lifetime Gold? ›
Requirements for lifetime elite status
Lifetime Gold Elite: 400 lifetime nights and seven years as a Gold Elite member or higher. Lifetime Platinum Elite: 600 lifetime nights and 10 years as a Platinum Elite member or higher.