How to Sell Marriott Points Fast and Easily

Convert Points and Miles How to Sell Marriott Points Fast and Easily

How to Sell Marriott Points Fast and Easily

The Marriott Hotel Rewards loyalty program allows you to earn redeemable points every time you stay at Marriott Hotels or any other hotel under Marriott's International administration. You can sell Marriott points for free hotel stays, car rentals, gift cards, travel packages, and even flights. 

Many people experience difficulties selling their Marriott points, especially because you cannot sell them directly from Marriott's official website. And while they may sell them successfully, they settle for low rates and get poor deals from their points.

Through DoNotPay's Convert Points and Miles product, you can sell your Marriott points at the best available prices as DoNotPay will find for you third-party dealers offering the best deals. This will also save you the hassle of finding the dealers and figuring out the best options for you.

How to Earn Marriott Points

The Marriott Hotel Rewards loyalty program has a clear reward system based on membership levels. Anyone who signs up joins the lowest level and continues to climb the ladder with every stay at the participating hotels.

The Marriott Rewards Program membership levels are as follows.

RewardsThe first level is for every new member who signs up for the program. They get the lowest rates when booking a stay through the main website and get to enjoy Free Wi-Fi all through their stay.
Silver EliteAfter 10 nights of stay, the member moves to the second level and receives all the benefits of the first level plus 20% bonus points on each eligible stay.
Gold EliteThis upgrade comes after staying 50 nights. As a gold elite member, you enjoy a guaranteed room type, access to the lounge, late checkouts, complimentary room upgrades, breakfast for two, and 25% bonus points on each eligible stay.
Platinum EliteA member at this level has stayed at the hotel for 75 nights and receives all the benefits of the previous levels and more. They get a 48-hour guarantee reservation, arrival gift of food and beverage amenities or bonus points, and 50% bonus points on each eligible stay.

With the Marriott Rewards Program being the largest in the world, there are many other ways to earn Marriott points. The company owns over 6,000 properties in approximately 122 countries and territories globally.

Other ways to earn Marriott points include:

  1. Qualified purchases in different hotels
  2. Buying at selected online retailers, such as Nike and Apple
  3. Renting a car from Hertz
  4. Using a Marriott Rewards Premier credit card for purchases, travel, and in SPG hotels
  5. Converting Diners Club Rewards points into Marriott Rewards points
  6. Referring friends – you earn 50,000 points once they sign up
  7. Booking a cruise with CruisesOnly

There are lots of ways you can redeem your Marriott points, including booking a flight! Here are some airlines that Marriott partners with the points needed and transfer ratios:

Marriott Transfer PartnerMin TransferTransfer Ratio (Marriott > Partner)Bonus Airline Miles

for every 60k Marriott Points Transferred

Transfer Time (based on pre-merger reports)
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan3,0003:15,0004 Days
American Airlines AAdvantage3,0003:15,0002 Days
Delta Air Lines SkyMiles3,0003:15,0001 Day
FRONTIER Miles3,0003:15,000Unknown
JetBlue TrueBlue3,0006:12,5001 Day
Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards3,0003:15,0001 Day
United MileagePlus3,0003:1.15,5003 Days

How Much Money Are Marriott Points Worth?

According to FinanceBuzz, the value of Marriott points ranges between 0.81 cents to 1.0 cents depending on the cash price of the hotel that day.

You can get an estimated value of the points when you want to redeem them for a stay at the hotel by doing a simple calculation.

First, know the price per night stay at the hotel that night and the number of points they need for a night stay. Multiply the price by 100 to convert it to cents and divide by the number of points needed. This should give you the value of the points that day.

How to Sell Marriott Points on Your Own

Since you cannot sell Marriott points directly from their website, you'll need to find third-party buyers and get a quote for the points you are selling. Some buyers set a minimum limit on the number of points they can sell.

Once you have identified a buyer, visit their website to find out the process, you'll need to follow to successfully sell your points.

This could be a long and hectic process, especially because these third-party buyers offer low rates and a complicated selling process.

How to Sell Marriott Points With the Help of DoNotPay

As a Marriott Rewards member, you can transfer your points to airline miles or find discounted hotel rates to redeem the best value. If you want to sell your points, DoNotPay can find your best deals through third-party vendors. 

Here's how to get started:

  1. Search "points" or "rewards" on DoNotPay, and select the rewards program you're a part of / the type of points you have.


  2. Choose whether you want to check your points balance, transfer your points, or sell them for cash.


  3. If you selected one of the first two options, DoNotPay can check your points balance or transfer your points for you. Otherwise, we can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors.


Why Use DoNotPay to Sell Marriott Points? 

Trying to sell Marriott points by yourself can be frustrating, especially if you cannot get better deals from third-party buyers.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do? 

DoNotPay can also help you:

To sell Marriott points, check out DoNotPay's Convert Points and Miles product page to get more information and get started.

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