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Old Aug 7, 20, 12:05 am
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Book Marriott via Visa Luxury Hotel Collection

Do I earn elite points and stay if I book Marriott properties via Visa Luxury Hotel Collection?
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Old Aug 7, 20, 9:49 am
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Do I earn elite points and stay if I book Marriott properties via Visa Luxury Hotel Collection?
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We'd like to clarify that in order to receive the elite nights and/or points, member must stay and pay with his(er) own credit card or using points from his(er) own account at a qualifying rates and hotels. For further information, please see paragraph '2. Earn Points' under https://www.marriott.com/loyalty/terms/default.mi . As rates, packages and availability are date and time sensitive, our reservations team will be happy to assist you in finding the best offer for you. Simply click here https://www.marriott.com/help/global...ion-numbers.mi and select your preferred option on how to get in touch with our specialists. Have a wonderful day.
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Old Aug 7, 20, 9:59 am
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Originally Posted by Marriott Bonvoy Lurker III View Post
Thank you for your message,

We'd like to clarify that in order to receive the elite nights and/or points, member must stay and pay with his(er) own credit card or using points from his(er) own account at a qualifying rates and hotels. For further information, please see paragraph '2. Earn Points' under https://www.marriott.com/loyalty/terms/default.mi . As rates, packages and availability are date and time sensitive, our reservations team will be happy to assist you in finding the best offer for you. Simply click here https://www.marriott.com/help/global...ion-numbers.mi and select your preferred option on how to get in touch with our specialists. Have a wonderful day.
So what's the answer to the OP's question? Yes or no?
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Old Aug 7, 20, 10:57 am
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It appears to be a third-party booking source, which does not provide elite credit and benefits.

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Old Aug 7, 20, 11:16 am
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It appears to be a third-party booking source, which does not provide elite credit and benefits.

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Isn't it similar to Virtuoso and AmEx FHR? Those earn nights/stay and points, at least with FHR assuming that you call and don't get a prepaid rate. It's not like hotels.com, Priceline, etc.
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Old Aug 7, 20, 7:26 pm
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Is it a cooperation between Marriott with Virtuoso and amex fhr where visa luxury don't have ?
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Old Aug 7, 20, 7:43 pm
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Originally Posted by Marriott Bonvoy Lurker View Post
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FHR would be third party and I always get points and elite night credits for those stays. I canít imagine the Visa program would be that much different...
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Old Aug 8, 20, 11:04 am
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FHR would be third party and I always get points and elite night credits for those stays. I canít imagine the Visa program would be that much different...
There is a difference usually between FHR prepaid and FHR paid at property.
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Old Aug 8, 20, 11:07 am
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Originally Posted by skywalkerLAX View Post
There is a difference usually between FHR prepaid and FHR paid at property.
I've never used prepaid so I'm not sure about that, honestly didn't even know that was an option, not that I'd ever use it anyway.

I'll have to dive into a Visa card account and see what the process actually is for booking a hotel through their Luxury Hotel Collection program, I've never tried it before.
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Old Aug 8, 20, 8:51 pm
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I've never used prepaid so I'm not sure about that, honestly didn't even know that was an option, not that I'd ever use it anyway.

I'll have to dive into a Visa card account and see what the process actually is for booking a hotel through their Luxury Hotel Collection program, I've never tried it before.
I plan to book because they offer some interesting package (flight and hotel). Too bad if can't earn elite nights and points if the hotel is under Marriott Bonvoy. FHR is third party as well but eligible for night and point. Not sure what's the difference.
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