90’s boy bands alert – new Marriott Moments concert tickets for the O2 added

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Marriott Bonvoy has launched a number of new ‘Marriott Moments’You can find them here.

It has added a new batch of O2 concert tickets to its website.  These are for the renamed Marriott Bonvoy Suite, which comes with full catering and free drinks all night.

Here is a review of a Muse concert from the suite back in the days when it was called the SPG Suite.  It is worth reading the review because there are pros and cons of being in the suite as opposed to down on the arena floor.

The concerts currently available are:

  • Childish Gambino, 25th March, 20,000 points (late booking reduction!)
  • Panic! At The Disco, 29th March, 20,000 points (late booking reduction!)
  • Drake, 2nd April, 45,000 points
  • Take That, 3rd/4th/5th/10th May, 45,000 points
  • Olly Murs, 18th May, 45,000 points
  • Rita Ora, 24th May, 60,000 points
  • The Vamps, 25th May, 45,000 points
  • An Evening with Mark Knopfler And Band, 28th May, 45,000 points
  • An Evening with Michael Buble, 31st May/1st June, 60,000 points
  • Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show, 2nd/6th/7th June, 45,000 points
  • Badu x Aiko, 9th June, 60,000 points
  • Lenny Kravitz, 11th June, 60,000 points
  • Westlife, 14th/15th June, 45,000 points
  • Backstreet Boys, 17th/18th June, 60,000 points
  • Quincy Jones, 23rd June, 60,000 points
  • Cirque du Soleil: Toruk, 26th/27th/28th/29th/30th June, 15,000 points (not in the suite)
  • Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Musical, 6th July, 15,000 points
  • Kiss, 11th July, 60,000 points
  • Ariana Grande, 17th/20th August, 60,000 points

The first three have been available for a while but the remainder are new. If I was in London I would definitely try to get tickets to see Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show, and possibly Panic! At The Disco as it’s been 12 years since I’ve last seen them, at a way smaller venue.

Other Marriott Moments available are:

  • BBL Playoff Finals, 19th May, 45,000 points
  • Unibets Premier League Darts, 23rd May, 45,000 points

All pricing is for two tickets with full hospitality in the suite, except where noted.

There are also various auction packages still available for the Manchester United v West Ham match on 12th April.  These include full hospitality.

You can buy or bid for the events here.

(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. BSI1979 says:

    Read the title and became greatly excited that E17 would be one of the bands!

    Colour me disappointed to read the main body and not see them listed, shocker of a start to Tuesday….

  2. OTish – will I get Bonvoy points for F&B spend at a Ritz Carlton? On a redemption if that matters.

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  4. Gutted I don’t have enough points to redeem for any of those concerts at the O2. Thankfully I already have tickets for Take That and Backstreet Boys but would love to have been able to do a second show.

  5. James1 says:

    Disappointed.
    Rita Ora is on the list
    An then an evening with Mark Knopfler or Michael Bible
    But what I would like is an evening with Rita Ora 😉

  6. According to the site, Mrs Brown does include seats in the suite although Cirque does not.

    Got tickets for Childish Gambino yesterday. Bargain.

  7. Hi Rob – as always, thanks for all the articles! Quick question – do these events just get ‘loaded’ at random, or are there set dates when the next batch of things goes live?

    Just wondered if you almost have to check these things almost every day, or just on a certain day of the month?

    Many thanks!

  8. 1967stuart says:

    Thanks Rob for posting that

    I now have both a very happy wife (who is now going to see Ollie Murs) and an even happier Daughter (who is going to see Hugh Jackman)

    Better still means she is happier again to let me to churn various credit cards………. as I was getting moaned at again for how many credit cards we have open at any single time !

  9. Jordan D says:

    Cheers for the heads up – Mrs D is now seeing Hugh Jackman and I’ve won brownie points …

  10. Luthar says:

    I assume there’s no way of booking a package before the points have transferred from my MR account?

  11. I have points in AAAdavntage what is the best way to use them as I assume that there will not be a new credit card? or what is the best hotel rewards program to transfer them to?
    I have all of the usual memberships from Amex Platinum

    • You can’t transfer out. Best use is UK to US flights as AA does not add fuel surcharges as long as you redeem on AA aircraft. Makes for very good value redemptions.

      You can redeem for hotel rooms via their portal but value nowhere near as good as a flight.

      They are an Etihad partner too and good value for UK-Middle East flights.

  12. Alex W says:

    Whenever I see these auctions/redemptions I always see one that makes me think ooh.

    that would be great. Then I look at the original price of tickets and realise I am getting less than 0.5p per point. Then I think I’ll save my points for a better redemption and just keep an eye out for cash tickets to concerts when they are released. Then I forgot to buy any tickets.
    Then I see the auctions and I’m like ooh… and so the cycle continues.

    • Freddy says:

      I’ve never been but I’m presuming there is some value for the suite access. What value I’m unsure

  13. James67 says:

    I booked a Category 8 redemption at the W in Verbier in mid Feb, for Jan 2020 for 5 nights, for 60,000 points a night of which is free. However, on Marriotts website, it’s now saying I will need 340,000 instead of the original 240,000. To book a new redemption has now gone up to 85,000 a night as well. I thought it had been made fairly clear that bookings made before Cat 8 prices increased were held at the old rate of 60,000, or is this not the case?

    • I just had this for the St Regis in NY. I called Marriott and they couldn’t change the new points price but credited the difference to my account and I was able to go ahead with the booking i.e. they added 100,000 points and my balance went from 240,000 to 340,000 and the redemption is now complete.

    • TGLoyalty says:

      Customer service will put that right if you ring up

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