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Mariott Keeping Starwood Airline Transfers?

Mariott Keeping Starwood Airline Transfers?

  1. wilve

    I’m considering applying for the Mariott card before the merger happens and the offer changes, but only if points transfers to airlines like Singapore, Alaska, JAL, and Asiana are maintained. Has there been any official notice from Mariott regarding this?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Frequent Miler has created a fantastic resource page to cover the merger. Not only are they retaining all airline partners, they’re even adding new ones! Check it out here: [URL]https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/marriott-spg-ritz-transition-guide/[/URL]

  3. David W

    Furthermore, the SPG transfer rate and bonus is being kept the same, only adjusted to reflect the 1 Starpoint to 3 Marriott points ratio.

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