Delta changes to Crossover Rewards for SPG & Marriott Rewards

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On the 16th April 2018 Delta’s SkyMiles partner, Marriott, announced a series of changes to the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG®) and Marriott Rewards programs.

  1. Crossover RewardsTM
    • Crossover RewardsTM will continue through July 15, 2018, with all current benefits being honored through that date. We expect to have more to share on this program before July 15. SPG hotel bookings for stays with a check-out date after July 15, 2018 will not be eligible for earning miles or hotel benefits under the Crossover RewardsTM program.
      • Earning miles on SPG stays through Crossover RewardsTM: Medallion® Members can continue to earn one bonus mile (in addition to Starpoints®) for every dollar spent on eligible room rates at over 1,100 Starwood hotels and resorts in the SPG program for stays completed by July 15, 2018, regardless of booking date.
      • Hotel Benefits on SPG stays through Crossover RewardsTM: Diamond and Platinum Medallion® Members can continue to enjoy benefits for stays completed by July 15, 2018, regardless of booking date:
        • 4pm late checkout
        • Access to the SPG elite check-in line
        • Complimentary in-room Internet access
        • Upgrades to enhanced rooms at check-in
    • Visit the Crossover Rewards FAQs to learn more

    SPG and Marriott Rewards

    • Starting in August 2018, SPG and Marriott Rewards will implement a new structure for earning airline miles on stays and converting points to miles.
    • In the meantime, SkyMiles Members who have elected to earn miles instead of hotel points on eligible SPG and/or Marriott stays can continue to do so under the existing earning structures. Plus, SkyMiles Members can also continue to convert hotel points to miles under the existing conversion structures.

Source: Delta

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