Old Dec 14, 18, 12:21 pm
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BMGRAHAM
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Maryland, USA
Programs: AA Platinum/2m miler, Marriott LTPP, Delta Diamond, Hertz Presidents, Avis Presidents. +more
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Originally Posted by dgreen12 View Post
I'm not sure where your information about the 15 elite nights going away in 2019 for the old version of the card came from.

They've made it abundantly clear that there's a 15 elite night cap per Rewards member per year --- no matter how many credit cards you might have --- but that's about it.

My "classic" card renews on January 6, 2019. I'm expecting the 15 elite nights credit to post.
In your case it won't make a difference since your anniversary is within the first three months of the year but for me my anniversary was in December and I was concerned that they might push off the 15 nights until January.
E-mail on July 6th:
Coming in 2019, you will receive 15 Elite Night Credits each calendar year instead of the 15 Elite Night Credits you received every year after your account anniversary.

Relevant footnote said:
Each calendar year a maximum of 15 Elite Night credits will be credited to one of your Marriott Loyalty Program accounts operated by Marriott International (i.e., Marriott RewardsŪ, Starwood Preferred GuestŪ or The Ritz-Carlton RewardsŪ) (the "Marriott Loyalty Program") on or before March 1 in accordance with the Marriott Loyalty Program terms and conditions. To qualify for the 15 Elite Night credits, you must be the primary cardmember and your credit card account must be open and not in default as of December 31 of the prior year and you must be a member in good standing with the Marriott Loyalty Program. A maximum of 15 Elite Night credits will be awarded per Marriott Loyalty Program member even if the Marriott Loyalty Program member has more than one Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest, or Ritz-Carlton Rewards credit card account or is a member of more than one Marriott Loyalty Program. Chase is not responsible for offer fulfillment or the provision of or failure to provide the stated benefits and services.
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