1,000 Free Marriott Bonvoy Points When Elite Members Link to Emirates Accounts

by Anthony Losanno
Emirates Livery

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Marriott Bonvoy® has had a relationship with Emirates since 2019. It gives members additional benefits when flying the airline and vice versa for Emirates passengers who are staying at one of the portfolio’s many hotels.

Now, Platinum, Titanium, and Ambassador Elite members can earn 1,000 bonus points when their Marriott Bonvoy® and Emirates Skywards Miles accounts are linked. Once connected, you can earn extra points (in addition to Skywards Miles) when flying Emirates and extra miles (in addition to Marriott Bonvoy® points) when staying at Marriott hotels.

Marriott Emirates

While I don’t see myself flying Emirates any time soon, I’ll take the extra points.

Register Marriott

Registering for the Offer:

Here is the step-by-step to sign up:

  • Click here
  • Sign into your Marriott Bonvoy® account
  • Enter your Emirates Skywards Miles member number
  • Click Register Now

Emirates Skywards

If you don’t have an Emirates Skywards Miles account, you can easily register here for one for free.

Marriott Success

Once registered, the site will show you that you’ve successfully linked accounts.

Elite Benefits

Here are the additional earnings for elite members once you’ve registered and completed qualifying activities. The screenshot above says Ambassador, but Platinum and Titanium receive the same benefits.

Anthony’s Take: While I don’t think I’ll be flying Emirates any time soon, free points are always welcome. If you have status and haven’t linked your accounts, now is a good time to do so.

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