Marriott Rewards tells me that they do this incrementally and that overnight (s) many issues can be corrected as they slog through 33 million accounts, upgrading some, downgrading some and leaving others alone. Since it's a Sunday I would not start being worried for a few days. My account is correct at the moment by the way.
Taxman is correct -- last year's rolled over nights are not rolling over again. I had 214 nights in 2010, which included 92 rollovers from 2009. Subtract the 92 from 214 and you get 122. Then, because I'm Platinum Premier, they knocked off 100, not 75, and gave me 22 rollover nights.
I was PP for the first time in 2010. My experience last year was that it was of exactly "zero value". One time a clerk thanked me for being a Platinum Premier member. Never got any special upgrades because of it --all you get with PP is a special phone number to call. If you don't need to call -- what good is PP?
So -- I'm penalized 25 rollover nights for being PP. I wonder -- is it possible to opt out of PP? I just don't see the value.
Let the "Plutonium Level" discussion begin again!
Yep 100 is the cut off for Platinum Premier's of 2010 before any rollovers are counted.
Also, rolled over nights (RONs) from 2009 that appeared on our statements in 2010 apparently do not count (but I need to verify this) in 2011. Thus if you had a balance including RONs in 2010, you'll need to count only those nights above the four elite levels as rollover ones.
Confused? Maybe I am too but that's my understanding and I will check tomorrow (Monday) for clarification.