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Via ThePointsGuy, SPG “just a bit stronger: Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) is partnering up with Korean Air SkyPass, adding another SkyTeam transfer partner to the mix. With this new inclusion, SPG now has a total of 34 transfer partners.”
SPG Partnering With Korean Air New Transfer Partner
Sign up for SPG® to gain exclusive membership rewards worldwide as well as up to 2,000 bonus Starpoints® when you stay with any Starwood hotel or resort in Asia Pacific. (Only for newly enrolled members in SPG )
All SKYPASS Members will also enjoy the additional privilege of saving 15% at 10 restaurants and bars in Seoul and Incheon.
- 1) Promotion Period: Aug 12th ~ Nov 12th, 2015
- 2) 1,000 bonus Starpoints for every stay at any of Starwood hotel or resort in Asia Pacific
(Up to 2 stays, Only for newly enrolled members in SPG via Korean Air Website)
- 3) Minimum 15% Discount at 10 restaurants and bars for all SKYPASS members.
(Need to show SKYPASS membership card)
With Korean Air SKYPASS, you can transfer up to 79,999 of your Starpoints® into SKYPASS miles at a ratio of
1-to-1. And for every 20,000 Starpoints transferred within the same transaction, you’ll earn 5,000 bonus
Starpoints which will be automatically added to your transfer up to a maximum of 94,999 per eligible transfer.
There is no minimum point transfer requirement for Platinum members. Gold members have a minimum
point transfer of 1,500 Starpoints and Preferred members have a minimum point transfer of 2,500.
Only one airline transfer transaction per member per program per 24 hour period is allowed. Both the
Starwood Preferred Guest and airline loyalty program accounts must have identical member names in order to complete this request; different names will cause the transfer to be rejected.
All SKYPASS and SPG program rules apply.
This is more good news from SPG which is one of my favorite point currencies to collect. Last week, they announced increased sign up offers for both the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express and the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express.
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