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Starwood is offering members a chance to earn even more points beyond their unlimited points through the fall better by the night promotion. In addition to earning double points on stays of 1 to 2 nights, or triple points on stays more than 3 nights, you can now earn an additional 250 points by checking in on Foursquare.
How To Earn Bonus 250 Starpoints
- Link your foursquare account to your SPG account
- Check in on foursquare during your eligible stay
- Voilà — enjoy an extra 250 Starpoints
- Earn an additional 250 bonus Starpoints when you check in on foursquare during eligible stays
- Earn bonus 250 Starpoints through December 20, 2012
Earn 4 Points With Starwood Hotel Purchase
If you use your American Express Starwood Preferred Guest card and use your Starwood number (both the personal and business card are offering 25k sign up bonus) you will earn 2 Starpoints per dollar spent from American Express AND 2 Starpoints for being a Starwood Preferred guest member.
You will receive two Starpoints from American Express and two Starpoints (or three Starpoints if you have Starwood Preferred Guest elite status) from the Starwood Preferred Guest Program for each U.S. dollar of Eligible Spending charged on your Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express at participating Starwood properties, standalone retail establishments, and online stores that, in each case, are wholly owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc, and its affiliates.
And don’t forget you can earn even more points, 1,000 to 1,500 on an average stay, through SPG’s green cohice program.
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