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New Marriott Moments O2 concerts launched

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Marriott Rewards has launched some new concert tickets for their suite at the O2 Arena in Greenwich.

The catered box at the O2 is not a bad place to see a concert, as my review here shows. The food and drink on offer is excellent, albeit you are some distance from the stage.

This is a list of the concerts available as of last night.  The first few listed have been around for a while, but there are some good new options for November onwards.

  • BTS, 9th October (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • BTS, 10th October (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Jeff Lynne’s ELO, 20th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents John Fogerty, 25th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Robert Plant and Van Morrison 26th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Zac Brown Band, 27th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Counting Crows and Alison Krauss, 28th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • David Byrne, 29th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Andrea Bocelli, 2nd November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Childish Gambino, 4th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Jess Glynne, 20th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Florence + The Machine, 24th November (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Florence + The Machine, 25th November (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Nitro Circus, 24th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Ennio Morricone, 26th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • The Four Tops & The Temptations, 27th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Pete Tong presents Ibiza Classics, 30th November (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, 2nd December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Lauryn Hill, 3rd December (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Years & Years, 5th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Def Leppard, 6th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Mariah Carey, 11th December (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Josh Groban, 12th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • The War on Drugs, 13th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Madness, 14th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds, 15th December 2018 (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Nile Rogers & Chic, 19th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big, 28th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big, 29th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big, 30th December (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • The 1975, 18th January (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • The 1975, 19th January (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Snow Patrol, 26th January 2019 (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Davido, 27th January (45,000 points for two tickets)

The SPG Moments home page is here. The Marriott Moments home page is here.  The same concerts appear on both sites.

Remember that the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express credit card comes with a sign-up bonus of 30,000 points. Many of these tickets will sell out before your bonus comes through, but you would have the points ready for when the next wave of tickets is released.  Our review of the card is here.

Marriott Moments suite London O2 Arena

How to earn Marriott Bonvoy points via UK credit cards

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Marriott Bonvoy points from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

Do you know that holders of The Platinum Card from American Express receive FREE Marriott Bonvoy Gold status for as long as they hold the card?  It also comes with Hilton Honors Gold, Radisson Rewards Gold, Shangri-La Golden Circle Jade and Melia Rewards Gold status.  We reviewed American Express Platinum in detail here.

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Marriott Bonvoy points.  That page is regularly updated with the latest special offers and will still be accurate even if you are reading this article months after publication.

(Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Promos’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

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Comments

  1. Can I view my AM booking on any other sky team airline?
    Trying to see what booking class it is booked under.

    • Rob, FYI.
      Last weeks tweet helped, result is positive.

      • Result!

        • To add another bit of positive news, my existing Cat 1-5 certificate at Marriott has been updated to new Cat 1-5 certificate following a complaint. Quite chuffed, both results on the same day!

        • BlueHorizonUK says:

          Can confirm a positive result here too. Pushed back and they resissued the tickets and assigned seats.

  2. Shoestring says:

    O/T Airport parking – I thought I’d better get my act together & picked up 15 days DriveFly Meet & Greet at LHR T3 over Xmas & NY for £87. Price seemed a bit glitchy (too low) but I’ve no doubt it’ll be honoured. Other portals offering same dates, same DF M&G were quite a bit more expensive. Holiday Extras thru the MSE portal.

    • Seems a std price to me.
      I have similar quote for T4 for two weeks, haven’t booked yet though.

      • Shoestring says:

        Take the point but DF has got more expensive this last year, much harder to get decent prices on Meet & Greet. Sort of proven by the fact the other discount portals were about £25 more expensive for exactly the same service from DF.

        Anyway – anybody who like me has neglected until now to book your Xmas parking – get your act together!

  3. OT:

    are there any referred amex cards for which the referring plat holder doesn’t get the 18k MR bonus?

    I’m testing the referral link, and on clicking through to other cards at the bottom it says under “friends bonus” things like “Your friend will receive 9,000 Avios when you are approved” or “Your friend will collect 5,000 Nectar points when you are approved”

  4. OT. Have anyone withdraw money from IHG cc via Curve since last week and any feedback whether it is still ok to be used without advanced cash charge?

  5. Tom Cook says:

    Not sure if this has been covered before, if so apologies, but in referring from my Plat my friend can only see the Plat, gold and green card, not the BAPP etc.

    Has anyone else had this?

    • Had this when viewing on mobile, when I tried on laptop chrome there was an option for ‘other’ that I couldn’t see on mobile.

    • Previous posts have suggested trying different browsers.

  6. I got the Tesco offer too for bonus of 1000 Avios of convert £5.00 of Clubcard vouchers. Shame I don’t really shop at Tesco and have less than 100 points. Any tips on best way to collect points befor cut-off!

  7. Shoestring says:

    Deadline to collect points is 18/10, so a certain need for alacrity.

    @Sarah – your options are limited these days. Groceries or Wines (closing on 8th Oct) https://www.tesco.com/wine/zone/default.aspx?name=specialoffers – stock up on Xmas wines?

    I don’t think you’d get Tesco Bank points from (say) Tesco insurance, in time.

    Tesco Filling Station – decent points available, see HfP articles on how to maximise points (worth researching). When paying for fuel at a Tesco Petrol Station, you collect 1 Clubcard point per £1 of fuel if you use your Tesco Credit card as a Clubcard (regardless of how you actually pay).

    Hfp answer: Buy fuel at a Tesco-branded garage. Use your Tesco MasterCard as a Clubcard and pay with either a Tesco Bank debit card or Tesco Premium MasterCard.
    For every £1 spent on petrol, you would earn:
    1 Clubcard point (earning rate is 1 per £1 when using a Tesco credit or debit card as a Clubcard) = 2.4 Avios
    1 Clubcard point for paying with your Tesco Premium MasterCard or Tesco Bank debit card = 2.4 Avios

    Assuming you need £450 of spend to get you over the 500 Tesco points hurdle, can you do it? Giftcards not helpful on points these days.

  8. @shoestring Thanks, I’ll give it a go!

  9. Shoestring says:

    O/T Did your flight get delayed more than 3 hrs because of the BA ‘in-house’ strikes? Claim your compo. CEDR finding against BA.

    Relevant:
    6. I am mindful that, in this case, the strike was not a ‘wildcat’ strike, but was pre-planned and based on grievances for which the airline entered mediation with the Mixed Fleet’s union representatives. I am satisfied that the strike cannot be considered an extraordinary circumstance as the management of staff is inherent in the normal activity of the air carrier. Additionally, where the airline has it in its power to reach agreement with the union, the strike could not be said to be outside of the airline’s actual control. I have not been provided with any information as to how the issues were resolved, however I find that it is not necessary to investigate this as the strike relates to staff relations that are within the normal activity of the air carrier.

    7. In view of this, I find that the airline has not established that it has a defence of extraordinary circumstances in respect of the cancellation of the Flight or the replacement flight. I therefore find that the passenger is entitled to the sum of €600.00 in respect of the Flight and I direct the airline to pay this to the passenger.”

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