Okay, so when it comes to roll-over nights, if you are Platinum, then you get to roll-over all nights in excess of 75, to the next year; but if you are Platinum Premier, you only get to roll-over the nights in excess of 100 nights.
Please tell me what the advantages are of being a Platinum Premier? I am one, and I do not see the benefit that equates to the 25 nights of roll-over nights that I lose.
According to our friends (Michellel) at Marriott all Platinums roll over nights in excess of 75. I'm 2 years running as Plat Prem, and it worked both this year and last, for me. If you can share your total nights breakdown from last year, maybe we can help...or give the Rewards folks a call.
It is not 100 nights. It is 75 nights. Our rollover nights were 321 this year and I know we had a bit less than 400 nights. The rollover nights, when added to our total member nights, help us to reach lifetime sooner.
Last week, our total member nights showed more than 1800 nights, but now show 2215.
These rollovers really helped when my husband didn't travel so much and we really appreciated being kept at elite at those times. When my husband doesn't travel when he retires, he'll still be LP and we'll still get the 50% bonus for the times we do stay.
I think this is all so generous of Marriott. Also, at most of the other hotel reward programs we've signed up for, the nights aren't kept after a certain period of time lapsed. This is also where Marriott is exceptional at keeping track and retaining nights, points, and dollars spent. Marriott has my loyalty.