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  • hugo r 287 posts

    Recently I got platinum status from hitting 50 nights (the current promo helped) and I received my suite night awards shortly after .

    I’m on track to get titanium this year by Oct I’m hoping , will I get another set of suite night awards ?

    TGLoyalty 574 posts

    Yup You can choose 5 more Night Upgrade Awards among other things.

    Matt 338 posts

    The Free Night Award is worth looking at when you hit 75 nights instead of the Night Upgrade Awards

    TGLoyalty 574 posts

    I don’t believe it is unless you value the upgrade voucher at less than £40 each

    My vouchers have easily got me £200 value each and that’s disregarding completely about the nightly rate differences between the suite and the room I booked as you could pretend it’s thousands then.

    Matt 338 posts

    Yes, that’s correct – I’m just not sure I do value them at £40 each (while accepting that you can sometimes do very well with them)

    Tariq 78 posts

    I don’t believe it is unless you value the upgrade voucher at less than £40 each

    My vouchers have easily got me £200 value each and that’s disregarding completely about the nightly rate differences between the suite and the room I booked as you could pretend it’s thousands then.

    Certainly true if you have lots of stays at flashy places where an upgraded room is worth having. If most of your stays are in Moxy, Courtyard and Delta, perhaps not so much…

    TGLoyalty 574 posts

    @Tariq also true. But flip side try finding a property in the U.K. for exactly 40k and tell me it’s actually worth £200 a night 🙂

    I’m a horses for courses man and will stay in a moxy when needed but also in nicer properties where flashy suites are available and each voucher is worth way more than £40.

    Blair Waldorf Salad 1,149 posts

    I lucked out last year and got the Ritz Carlton Budapest on the 40K free night when the Marriott Budapest was weirdly pricey. Proactive upgrade as a Tit to a corner suite and they comped breakfast.

    Tariq 78 posts

    @Tariq also true. But flip side try finding a property in the U.K. for exactly 40k and tell me it’s actually worth £200 a night 🙂

    I’m a horses for courses man and will stay in a moxy when needed but also in nicer properties where flashy suites are available and each voucher is worth way more than £40.

    Yes indeed. Used my voucher at the W Philadelphia with additional points to book a night that would have cost $500.

    Slowly working through last years 5xSNAs. So far this year used one at Westin London City to get a St Paul’s Duplex (very worth it) and another at Delta Nottingham Belfry to get a family suite to avoid having to sleep in a twin room (£60 cost difference if I had booked that room type).

    Speculatively keeping the remaining 3 for possible Sheraton/W/Westin stays later in the year.

    hugo r 287 posts

    Thanks all fit your help

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