How Much Are Marriott Bonvoy Points Really Worth?
- Posted on Friday, 22 March 2019 19:30
- By Zac Erawan
The recent introduction of Marriott’s new Bonvoy point system prompted One Mile At A Time to take a look at how valuable Bonvoy points are. While there is some level of subjectivity involved in comparing points systems, their value is usually somewhere between your redemption cost and your acquisition cost. Lucky of One Mile At A Time rates Bonvoy points as being worth roughly 0.7 cents each, compared to 0.9 cents each for Marriott points in the past. This is largely a product of developments such as the introduction of Category 8 and the upward re-Categorization of many properties.
- The author believes that now is the right time to address the current value of Marriott Bonvoy points with the recent launch of Marriott Bonvoy.
- It’s time to revisit the post the author made about six months ago on the value of the points since the introduction of category 8 hotels.
- It is known that there is no scientific way to value points, one has to rely on fixed value points currencies.
“Ultimately there’s no right or wrong way to value points, as long as you’re valuing them at more than your acquisition cost and at less than your redemption value.”
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