Do You Have Enough Starpoints?

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It’s nearing the end of July already and if you haven’t already taken a look at what is to come for Starwood and Marriott merger in August, you can read more here. Don’t forget in August, you can also Book Tier 7 Awards With Tier 6 Pricing!

In August, there will also be these exciting opportunities to book top tier properties for lessWoW! Awesome News From Marriott Today!

Maybe you have your sights set on Bora Bora, like the St. Regis which will drop the rate to only 60K Marriott points in August! Which 60K Marriott points is like only 20K SPG points. (In August, your StarPoint balance will be multiplied by 3 and converted to Marriott points.)

Do you have enough Starpoints?

If you are looking to make some Starwood redemptions and need to top off your account to do so or if you have a paid stay that you are looking at making, check out this opportunity to purchase Starpoints for 35% off. This offer is back only through July 20, 2018.

Purchase Starpoints for 35% off here.

StarPoints Save 35% Discount

If you are looking for other ways to earn SPG points,  consider the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express. You get up to 5 Starpoints® for each dollar of eligible purchases at participating SPG® hotels and earn 25,000 bonus Starpoints® after you use your new Card to meet minimum spending requirements.

With 35% off, points will cost you 2.275 cents per point when you purchase Starpoints for 35% off.

Bottom Line 

SPG points are definitely some of the most valuable points around. If you have a redemption in mind see if you can save money with the promotion. And consider the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express, where you can earn even more points with SPG!

Remember New Marriott Rewards Changes that Start in August.


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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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