2017 was an eventful year. And while the year was full of great memories, there were also far more challenges than any other year. So, that’s how I found myself in snowy Seattle during the holidays.
This past year had been one of my busiest travel years to date. It’s also been a year of significant changes in the industry and continued shenanigans. So let’s do a year in review 2017 edition.
Marriott and Starwood’s merger closed over a year ago, but details on a combined loyalty program remain scarce. But now we know a little more: Amex and Chase to issue Marriott credit cards going forward.
On Tuesday, Marriott announced some changes via their Rewards Insider community. In summary: say goodbye Marriott Rewards rollover nights and elite buyback.
Last week Marriott Rewards launched a new online shopping portal. And despite its short existence, there have already been changes. So here’s a Marriott Rewards MORE update.
Earlier this year, Marriott Rewards stopped offering the ability for members to earn points by shopping via an online portal. But now, a new Marriott Rewards shopping portal has been made available.