How to Determine Rollover Nights:
- Total nights earned at current year end – Any expired rollover nights from previous year – Number of nights needed to renew status = Number of rollover nights.
- For Example: 100 nights earned in 2012 (Includes 16 nights that rolled over from 2011) – 16 expired rollover nights from 2011 – 75 nights needed to renew Platinum status = 9 rollover nights credited towards your 2013 account.
- Rollover nights are calculated based on the number of nights a member has earned in excess of the nights required to renew at their current level or to achieve a higher level
- Rollover nights benefit members who renew at their current status or achieve a higher status
- If a member achieves a higher status than their current level (Silver to Gold, Gold to Plat), the additional nights beyond the newly achieved threshold will be rolled over
- If a member downgrades to a lower status (e.g., Plat to Gold, Gold to Silver) there would be no rollover nights
- Rollover nights expire after one calendar year
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Marriott Rewards® Elite Rollover Nights Program?
- Elite Rollover Nights is the first-of-its-kind program that allows you to carry forward additional nights to the next year. Any extra nights you rack up on your way to earning Marriott Rewards Elite status can be applied toward retaining your status the following year. Rollover nights can also help you achieve a higher Elite level faster.
Why did the program become permanent?
- We know that Elite status is very important and valuable to our members. By rolling over your nights in excess of the required nights for your Elite level status, none of your Elite nights will go to waste.
By Elite Level, how many nights are needed to qualify for Elite Rollover Nights?
- Silver Elite – Nights in excess of 10
- Gold Elite – Nights in excess of 50
- Platinum Elite – Nights in excess of 75
- Platinum Premier Elite – The top percentage of Platinum Elite travelers, calculated annually
Will previous year Rollover Nights roll over into the following year?
No. Elite Rollover Nights do expire after one year and will not roll over beyond the one-year timeframe.
For example, Silver Elite Member:
- 5 rollover nights in 2012 (rolled over from 2011)
- 20 nights stayed in 2012 (Rollover nights from previous year are included in this count)
- 10 nights are needed to renew at Silver Elite
- With 10 excess nights above the level threshold (10 nights to renew), the 5 rollover nights from 2011 will have expired. Leaving 5 total nights to roll over to your 2013 account.
How can I find out how many Elite Rollover Nights I have?
- To view your Elite Rollover Nights, simply visit marriottrewards.com and sign in to view your online account. It will break out the rollover nights you earned from 2012, and will tell you how many nights you need to reach the next level.
What do I need to do to take advantage of the Elite Rollover Nights program?
- Reserve another stay at any of more than 3,600 Marriott hotels worldwide. There’s no need to do anything extra – if you stay above your Elite level renewal requirement, your 2012 Elite Rollover Nights will be automatically posted to your 2013 account.
How does someone achieve Marriott Rewards Elite membership status?
- Marriott Rewards members reach Silver Elite status by staying 10 nights a year, Gold Elite status by staying 50 nights a year and Platinum Elite status by staying 75 nights a year. Marriott Rewards members can also earn Elite night credit by using their Marriott Rewards Visa card. Elite members receive a number of valuable benefits depending on their level, such as bonus points, Elite-only offers, room upgrades, club lounge access, 48-hour availability and an exclusive guest services and reservation line.