SPG Points At Restaurants And Bars+ 5,000 SPG Amex Referral Points

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To earn points at a restaurant in a Starwood hotel, all you have to do is take your receipt and SPG card to the front desk before you leave the hotel. We earned SPG points at the W Hollywood Delphine Brasserie on our way to Bora Bora last year. The process couldn’t have been easier and the points had posted before we returned from our trip.

In addition, Starwood is running a promotional discount at restaurants and bars from March 27 through June 30, 2012. The available list of restaurants and associated discounts can be found through the SPG find a restaurant website.

Starwood Restaurant & Bars Offer

  • Up to 20% off; varies by location
  • Save and Earn SPG points for restaurant spending through June 30th, 2012

Terms and conditions

  • Discount is NOT applicable to breakfast or on alcoholic beverages. Breakfast may be defined differently by venue
  • Discount must be requested in the restaurant at the time of settling the bill, even if applying charges to one’s room; cannot be applied at the front desk
  • Discount not applicable in conjunction with additional restaurant or hotel specific promotions
  • Discount excludes applicable service charges, taxes, and gratuities
  • See full terms and conditions here

The Amex SPG personal and business cards are currently offering extra bonus points per card.

Bottom Line

If you are going to eat at a Starwood restaurant before June 30th, be sure to check out the discounts offered by going to the Starwood Preferred guest restaurants and bars website.

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  1. Why Would I or anyone would want to ask you to refer me— your not my daughter –this blog should not be used as a place to “beg” for points just because you “say” you are short points — WE ALL ARE !

    only one thet should refer is the writer of the blog

    I do not think you would go inside a dept store and set up a table to sell your product

  2. I’m a little confused. If you charge your restaurant bill to your room don’t you automatically get the SPG points?

  3. Hi Sharon – Yes you do. If you aren’t staying at the hotel, you can provide your SPG card and get points that way too. I.E. I wasn’t staying at the W Hollywood, but I earned points at the Delphine restaurant because I presented my SPG card and receipt to the front desk.

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