Through Nov 14, 2016, you can get 20% Bonus miles when you convert Marriott Rewards points to AAdvantage Miles. Bonus miles will post to your AAdvantage account within 7 business days of the initial conversion activity.
When you convert Marriott Rewards points to AAdvantage, the ratio would vary from 5:1 to 2.8:1 depending on the number of miles you transfer.
For example, If you transfer 70,000 Marriott Rewards points to AA Miles, you would normally get 25,000 AAdvantage miles. With this promotion, you will also get a bonus 5,000 AAdvantage miles (25,000 X 20%)
The best part of this promotion is – Marriott’s Hotel+Air packages are also eligible for this 20% bonus, where you could transfer Marriott rewards points for a 7 night stay and a fixed amount of miles.
Here is the travel package for AAdvantage.
If you have 270,000 Marriott Rewards points – You get 120,000 AAdvantage Miles and 7 consecutive nights stay at a category 1-5 hotel. With this promotion, you get 24,000 bonus miles along with the 120,000 AAdvantage Miles.
Note that you can combine Marriott Rewards points from your Spouse’s account for redeeming travel packages, or you may consider transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards if you are short of a few points.
With the recent progress on SPG-Marriott merger, you could transfer 90,000 Starpoints for 270,000 Marriott Rewards points and earn 144,000 AA miles and 7-nights in a Category 1-5 hotel at Marriott property. Had you transferred 90K Starpoints, you would get 110,000 AA miles.
Through Nov 14, 2016, you could get 20% bonus when you convert Marriott Rewards points to AAdvantage miles. You will get the bonus miles within 7 days of miles depositing in to your AAdvantage account.
Hotel+Air packages are also eligible for this promotion. If you convert 270,000 Marriott reward points during this promotion, you get 144,000 AAdvantage Miles and 7 consecutive nights stay at a Category 1-5 hotel in Marriott Portfolio.
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