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If you’re a holder of a Marriott Bonvoy credit card, you may want to login to your Marriott account, as we’ve noticed that the annual 15 elite night credits provided by these cards have started to arrive for select members. This perk is a great way to help you qualify for Marriott elite status. While I’m not yet one of the lucky ones (as of the time of writing), TPG Reviews Editor Nick Ellis noticed a jump in his Marriott elite-qualifying balance and found that his 15 nights arrived at some point today:

Nick has the (now discontinued) Ritz-Carlton Rewards Card, but the 15 nights should appear for anyone with the following cards:

You should also be eligible for these 15 elite night credits if you have either of Marriott’s legacy credit cards from Chase (both of which are no longer open to new applicants). However, unlike with the old SPG Amex cards, these nights don’t stack based on the number of co-branded cards you have. You just get 15 nights whether you have one eligible Marriott card or multiple eligible cards.

To check to see if your 2019 elite night credits have posted, follow these steps:

1. Go to

2. Login to your account at the top.

3. Click your name and then select Activity.

4. Note if your nights earned balance has increased by 15.

You can click on Details to note the sources of the nights you’ve earned thus far in 2019. If your credit card nights have posted, you’d see an entry on the line labeled “Rewards Credit Card.”

Based on the terms of this perk, these are supposed to post by March 1 each year, so Marriott is definitely cutting it close. If yours haven’t arrived yet, don’t panic, as it appears the program is releasing these in batches.

Featured photo courtesy of the Marriott Waikoloa Resort.

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