Given my Diamond status came from a status match from Marriott back in 2019, that seems an appropriate comment
You'll need another 12, to get to 42 for next year (17 rollover + 13 needed + 12 more).Good news - they were going to have to do something, at least for our region.
It's getting confusing though, I have 43 nights, 26 are rollover nights, so I guess I'm rolling over 17?
But Diamond already rolled over so next year's nights tally is irrelevant?
Or do I need another 13 by Dec 22 to get extended to 2024?
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How do you get the free nights?I got the HH Diamond extension mail overnight, as well. Like a few others here, it's extra sweet in that status was initially gifted from the Macquarie Hilton Card, which was a fee-free product for me, back in mid 2018. Without more than a handful of nights, and the situation in the industry, I'll have racked up no less than about 5 years worth of Diamond status thanks to that little trick. Oh, and 2 or 3 free nights as well.
That was from the Mac Bank card - I think it was an annual free night for $x spend? They also credited one when they ended the relationship and pulled the card, together with extending the status... so far, into perpetuity