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35% off SPG Resort Redemptions!

Starwood is offering 35% off points redemptions at selected resort properties through February 28, 2017. This is a promotion they’ve offered for the past few years. SPG has a lot of luxury properties, but have quite high redemption rates for those properties. However, with these discounts, they become a lot more palatable. I earn most of…

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Maximizing SPG Transfer Bonus to AA and USDM

SPG Transfer Bonus Promotion to American and US Airways Currently, American and US Airways are offering a 20% mileage bonus for miles transferred from Starwood Preferred Guest. You can transfer SPG points up to 79,999 at a time; however, the best ratio is moving blocks of 60,000 SPG points. This promotion gives you an additional 15,000…

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Starwood Releases 2014 Promo Details

Starwood has released details of it’s 2014 promotions, which is called SPG Bring On The Nights. It’s very… boring and non-lucrative, where you can earn 2,500 bonus points every five eligible nights up to 10,000 bonus starpoints, and receieve another 5,000 bonus points when you hit 25 eligible nights. Certainly acceptable for planned stays, but…

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SPG Points Promo for 2.625 cents

SPG is having one of their seasonal promotions where you an get up to a 25% discount on purchased points. Other than the US Airways (in this case targeted) 100% promotion on purchased miles also happening, this is one of the cheapest ways to purchase “exotic” airline miles for international first class redemptions. SPG has fantastic,…

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(USA) 30k Signup for the AMEX SPG Credit Card!

Consider following me on Twitter? I’m lonely sometimes… 😉 There’s been a lot of speculation about the 30,000 point signup bonus for  AMEX Starwood card for Americans as they’ve been banner ads on Flyertalk that have the link but redirected to a 25,000 points application. Today several Delta and Starwood Elites have already received emails with…

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