I apologize to inform you that we do not have a status matching program.
Marriott Rewards Elite levels are based upon the amount of Elite nights stayed at Marriott properties each year.
Marriott Rewards members need to reach 10 nights for the Silver level, 50 nights for the Gold level, or 75 nights for the Platinum level.
To earn Silver Elite status, members are required to stay 10 Elite nights in a calendar year. For Gold and Platinum, members need to stay the nights required for the status during any rolling 12-month period, although your account online will continue to reflect nights based on a calendar year. Marriott will review accounts every Monday and upgrade all qualifying members.
To renew any Elite status, members are required to stay the minimum required nights in a calendar year, January 1 to December 31.
Please visit the following link for additional information concerning Elite membership:
Based on your stay history that appears on the documents that you have sent you would not be able to stay enough nights to maintain a Gold or Platinum level.
I would be happy to offer you Silver Elite status and a Gold challenge. if you will stay 12 paid nights at a Marriott hotel in the next three month period, we will upgrade your account to Gold.
If you would like to accept this offer please reply and I would be happy to have your account upgraded to Silver and note the Gold challenge on your account.
Thank you for choosing Marriott.
Internet Correspondence Support
Marriott Rewards Guest Services
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