You may have a bunch of old Marriott points from the pre-Bonvoy days. Or you may have converted SPG points into the new program. In either case, you might be curious how much these newfangled Bonvoy points are actually worth.
Based on our analysis, NerdWallet values Marriott points at 1 cent each. This is a baseline value, drawn from real-world data, not a maximized value. In other words, you should aim for award redemptions that offer 1 cent or more in value from your Marriott points.
Use the calculator below to figure out how much your Bonvoy points are worth based on this value.
Wondering what you can do with those points? Check out our guide to the Marriott Bonvoy award chart and how to get the most value from Marriott Bonvoy points.
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