Marriott Bonvoy Points Calculators

Marriott Bonvoy Points Calculators

Marriott Bonvoy Points are valued at 0.7 cents each when you use them to book award nights at Marriott Hotels. Along with free nights, you can use these points for airfare tickets, car rentals, merchandise, and gift cards. You can also transfer Marriott Points to almost 40 different airline partners. Marriott provides a solid amount of ways to earn points outside of hotel stays. This includes using their travel partners, transferring points from other rewards programs like American Express Membership Rewards, and using any of the many Marriott Point earning credit cards.

The Marriott Brand

Marriott International is the biggest hotel chain in the world and features a very diverse 30 brands of hotels with more than 6,500 locations across 127 countries. These brands consists of:

  • The Ritz-Carlton
  • JW Marriott
  • St Regis
  • The Luxury Collection
  • BVLGARI
  • W Hotels
  • EDITION
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Sheraton
  • Marriott Vacation Club
  • Delta Hotels
  • Le MERIDIEN
  • Westin
  • Renaissance Hotels
  • Gaylord Hotels
  • Courtyard Hotels
  • Four Points
  • Springhill Suites
  • Protea Hotels
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites
  • AC Hotels
  • Aloft Hotels
  • Moxy Hotels
  • Marriott Exclusive Apartments
  • Residence Inn
  • Towneplace Suites
  • Element
  • Autograph Collection Hotels
  • Design Hotels
  • Tribute Portfolio

Marriott Bonvoy Points

Calculate how many Marriott Points you can earn based on hotel stays and status with Marriott Bonvoy. Also covers earning Marriott Points with other reward programs and travel partners such as Hertz Rental Car.

Calculate the cash value of Marriott Points when used for free nights at Marriott Hotels, travel packages, and gift cards. Also covers sharing, gifting, buying, and donating Marriott Bonvoy Points.

Calculate the transfer of Marriott Points to 40 airline partners including big airlines like United and Delta. You can also calculate the transfer of points from other programs to your Marriott Bonvoy account.

Learn the benefits of earning Marriott Elite Status and how to qualify for each status level in the Marriott Bonvoy Program. Also learn how Marriott Points are calculate for hotel stays.

Marriott Bonvoy Credit Card Calculators

Marriott's credit cards with both American Express and Chase Bank has went through a lot of changes throughout 2018 and early 2019. Benefits and perks have been changed, card names have been altered, and the reward point currency has become one. If you're confused on the changes to the card, I've also included the original names of the cards. Also note that all cards now earn Marriott Bonvoy Points and none of the cards earn Marriott Bonvoy Points or Starpoints.

You can click on any of the credit cards below to calculate the dollar value of the card based on your spend, how much each card benefit is worth to you, and the annual fee. You can also calculate how many Marriott Bonvoy Points you can earn with each card based on that spend, get the cash value of those points, and compare the Marriott credit cards side-by-side.

Available Cards

Between Marriott and Starwood, it was a time that they had a large selection of cards to choose from. As of February 2019, they are now down to three available cards. A personal card, business card, and luxury card. Do note that all cards listed below grant 15 Elite Nights toward status (these do not stack) and grant at least Marriott Bonvoy Elite Silver due to those 15 Elight Nights.

The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Card (previously the Marriott Premier Plus Card) is the entry level Marriott Credit Card offered by Chase Bank. It earns 6 points per $1 on Marriott purchases and 2 points on everything else. It's a great basic card for anyone that needs a place to put Marriott spend and/or wants to earn some additional Elite Nights towards Marriott Bonvoy Status.

The Marriott Bonvoy Business Card (previously the Starwood Preferred Guest SPG Business Card) has probably undergone the most change in the 2018-2019 years. The card has gone from a Starwood Card earning Starpoints to a Marriott Card earning Marriott Bonvoy Points in a period of barely six months. This Marriott Business Card earns 6 points per $1 at Marriott and 4 points on restaurants, gas stations, wireless phone services, and shipping. The fee for this card is expected to rise in early March 2019 to $129 per year, so grab up the '$0 for the first year, then $95' version now if you can!

Recently new to the family as of August 2018, the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant Card (previously the Starwood Preferred Guest Luxury Card) is the luxury card for the Marriott Bonvoy Program which replaces the now unavailable Ritz-Carlton Card. It earns 6 points at Marriott and 3 points on restaurant and airfare. It comes with $300 in Marriott Statement Credits and Marriott Gold Elite Status. While not as packed as the Ritz, it provides some solid benefits for anyone loyal to Marriott. Starting March 28th, 2019 it will earn an extra benefit of a $100 credit to use at St. Regis and Ritz-Carlton locations for 2 night minimal stays booked directly.

Unavailable Cards

As of Feb 2019, the American Express SPG personal card and Chase Marriott Business cards were made unavailable to sign up for. The Ritz-Carlton Card bit the dust back in the summer of 2018. Users that have these cards will still continue to receive the great benefits. Even with them being unavailable, these cards have all still been changed and updated to reflect the Marriott Bonvoy Program.

The Marriott Bonvoy Card (previously the American Express Starwood Preferred Guest SPG Card) was the entry card for the Starwood program prior to August 2018. It was then made to match the now name Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Card until it was finally made unavailable Feb 13th, 2019. For anyone that still has the card, the benefits mirror the Bonvoy Boundless.

The Marriott Bonvoy Premier Plus Business Card (previously the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Premier Plus Business Card) was the primary business card for the Marriott Bonvoy Program. It was made unavailable Feb 13th, 2019 with the Marriott Bonvoy Business Card taking it's spot. For anyone that still has the card, it earns 6 points at Marriott and 4 points on gas stations, restaurants, shipping, internet, phone, and cable services.

The Ritz-Carlton Card earns 6 points at Marriott and 3 points on airline tickets, car rentals and restaurants. It comes with $300 in annual travel credits, Marriott Gold Elite Status, club level upgrades, and priority pass select. This card was made unavailable on July 26th, 2018.

Ebates occasionally runs promotions that can earn you up to 10% cash back booking Marriott Brand Hotels. You can stack that with the Marriott Bonvoy Points you earn from status and Marriott Credit Cards too! Sign up for Ebates before your next online purchase!

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About These Calculators: These calculators are provided to help you estimate how many points, miles, or other form of currency you can accumulate based on spend, bonuses, fees, and a number of other factors. These calculators are meant to provide an estimate of rewards earned and are not meant to reflect the exact amount of points you may receive. Be sure to read the terms and conditions of any credit card before you apply as benefit and perk changes may not be reflected immediately on this website.


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