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Old Oct 29, 18, 7:46 am
Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: New York
Programs: MB-LTT , HH-Diam., HGP-Expl., Accor-Plat., Former FPC-Plat.
Posts: 594
I have an OC9 that will convert to a NC6. I also have two 7-night reservations at a former Cat 9 hotel that became a Cat 6, but will be using only one of them once my travel plans are definite. I can either use the NC6 with a value of 300K (6*50K) at standard rates for the stay or 270K in points (6*45K).

In the past hotel awards were freely convertible and almost indefinitely extendable and I have used every night of every package. Since that flexibility no longer exists, I believe that the prudent thing to do is use the NC6 certificate, even though I might get better value by using that certificate at a peak time later. Although this choice seems easy, do any of you disagree with this decision and why?
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