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Japan Airlines joins Marriott Rewards

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Marriott Rewards members can now earn miles with Japan Airlines Japan Mileage Bank when they stay at over 3,000 Marriott International hotels in 65 countries. This latest addition brings Marriott Rewards total roster of airline partners to 33.

Effective immediately, Marriott Rewards members who designate JALs Japan Mileage Bank as their earning preference will receive two  miles per US$ spent at:

Marriott Hotels & Resorts
JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts
Renaissance Hotels & Resorts
Marriott Vacation Club International

OR one mile per US$ spent (room rate only) at:

Courtyard by Marriott
Fairfield Inn by Marriott
SpringHill Suites by Marriott
Residence Inn by Marriott
TownePlace Suites by Marriott
Horizons by Marriott

In addition, Marriott Rewards members can convert their Marriott Rewards points into JAL miles at the following exchange rates:

10,000 Marriott Rewards Points = 1,500 miles
20,000 Marriott Rewards Points = 3,500 miles
30,000 Marriott Rewards Points = 7,500 miles
70,000 Marriott Rewards Points = 17,500 miles
125,000 Marriott Rewards Points = 35,000 miles

Based in Tokyo, JAL is the Japans largest airline. It serves 216 airports in 34 countries and regions.

Marriott Rewards members can redeem points for rooms at over 3,000 hotels every night of the year. Points may also be redeemed for airline tickets, frequent flyer miles, car rentals, cruises, retail merchandise and more.

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