The Best Way to Transfer Marriott Points

Convert Points and Miles The Best Way to Transfer Marriott Points

How to Transfer Marriott Points Effortlessly With DoNotPay

The Marriott Bonvoy program outperforms many other hotel loyalty programs. Most alternatives can't beat the sheer number of properties you can now book with the points. There's also an extensive range of airline partners to which you can transfer Marriott points. Bonvoy members can choose from a whopping 40 + airline transfer partners, providing you with a lot of freedom regarding your points.

Did you know you could sell credit card/hotel points or airline miles for cash? DoNotPay can guide you through the best options you have depending on your rewards program and how much each point will be worth monetarily.

Earning Marriott Points/How Points Work

Are you so attracted by transferring Marriott points that you require even more Bonvoy? Staying at Marriott hotels earns Marriott Bonvoy points, but spending on Marriott co-branded credit cards is the quickest way to rack up many points. There are presently four Marriott credit cards available, each with a generous welcome bonus:

Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit CardEarn 3 free nights after qualifying purchases + 10X total points on eligible purchases in specified categories.
American Express® Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant TM CardAfter you spend $3,000 on your new card in the first three months, you'll get 75,000 Marriott Bonvoy bonus points.
American Express® Marriott Bonvoy Business TM CardAfter you spend $3,000 on eligible purchases with your new card in the first three months of membership, you'll receive 75,000 bonus Marriott Bonvoy points.
Marriott Bonvoy Bold® Credit CardDuring the first three months after the account opening, spend $1,000 to earn 30,000 points.

How to Use Marriott Transfer Partners

Marriott points can be transferred to 40+ airline partners, including American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. One of the most acceptable ways to use Marriott points is to transfer them to airlines.

Remember that at least 3,000 Marriott points must be transferred at a time. Almost every airline program on the list will reward you with 1,000 miles if you do this. The maximum number of Marriott points you can transfer every day is 240,000. (transfers 100,000 miles or points with most airlines).

How to Transfer Marriott Points to Airline Partners by Yourself

  • After logging into your Marriott account, go to the top of the page and choose "About Marriott Bonvoy," then "Redeem Points."
  • When you hover over "Redeem Points" you'll see "Travel," which you should click. A box near the bottom says, "Transfer Points to Miles." That's the one to click.
  • Click "Transfer Points".
  • Fill in the details about your transfer, such as the type of miles you want and how many you want.
  • A drop-down menu with a list of airline partners will appear. Choose the one that you desire.
  • Enter the number of points you'd want to transfer. As you enter the number of points and the number of miles, you'll receive updates automatically.

But remember that once you press that button, there's no coming back. Transfers are permanent. So double-check everything to ensure it goes smoothly. DoNotPay can help you figure out your best alternatives. However, it depends on your rewards program and how much each point is worth money wise if you have many credit cards, hotel, or airline points.

Here are some airlines that partner with Marriott. You can transfer your Marriott points to book flights on these airlines:

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 to Transfer Marriott Points With the Help of DoNotPay

Use DoNotPay to transfer your Marriott points quickly with these steps.

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. 

For example, if you are a Marriott Rewards member, you can transfer your points to airline miles or find discounted hotel rates to redeem the best value. We can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors if you want to sell your points or check your latest points balance automatically!

Why Use DoNotPay in Marriott Points Transfer

Use DoNotPay to transfer your points because it is;

Fast — You won't have to wait hours to log in and transfer your Marriott points.

Easy — You won't have to waste time filling out long forms or memorizing the steps to transfer your Marriott points.

Successful — You may rest sure that DoNotPay will make the best possible case on your part.

DoNotPay Works Across All Companies/ Entities /Groups With a Single Touch of a Button

Fortunately, it's not just transferring Marriott points that DoNotPay can help you. It can help you resolve the issue with many different entities or companies.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Transferring reward points is just one of many things DoNotPay can help you with. Here are some other services that DoNotPay may offer;

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Are you tired of the cumbersome and time-consuming methods of transferring your Marriott points? Contact DoNotPay for a quick and pleasant process.

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