11,000 Starwood Points for Fee Waived Canadian Amex

by on March 4, 2011 · 4 comments

in American Express, Credit Cards, Starwood

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US credit card offers have been pretty lucrative the past couple of years. With several major issuers like American Express, Chase, Citi, Barclays, and tons of airlines and hotels wanting to get in on the action, competition has been fierce.

However, most of the amazing offers (featured on my Top Deals page) are only open to US residents.

While this Starwood offer isn’t earth shattering, it’s an easy 11,000 Starwood points for Canadians who may be on the market for a good points earning card. And the $120 annual fee is waived for the first year. Expires March 31, 2011.

  • Earn 11,000 Bonus Starpoints®1 when you spend $1,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of Cardmembership.- enough for up to 3 free nights.2
  • Earn 1 Starpoint®* for every $1 in purchases charged to the Card3
  • Enjoy a Free Weekend Night Award when you reach $40,000 in purchases each year4
  • Experience Starwood Gold Preferred Guest status when you reach $30,000 in purchases each year5
  • No annual fee on the Basic Card for the first year – a savings of $120*

Plus for an annual fee of $50 each, you can request a Supplementary Card for someone close to you. The annual interest rate is 19.99%*.

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  • johndeere19

    Is the free weekend night after $40k annual spend a benefit of the US card as well? What about the business? I signed up for both during the 30k promotion this summer and don’t recall seeing this benefits.

  • martin

    I live in Canada and am so envious of all the great deals available in the USA. I hope that some day the credit card deals available to Canadians will improve.

  • Bart

    Your site is great! I’d love to see a comparison of Duane Reade Flex Points versus Rite Aid Rewards!

  • The Points Guy

    John- the US card doesn’t have the free night, but there are other perks that the Canada card doesn’t have like receiving credit for 5 nights/ 2 stays toward SPG elite status each year.

    Bart- I’ve been mad at Duane Reade since they changed the program last year! Why ruin such a simple program?!

    But now that you’ve suggested it, I have to do it. Keep your eyes peeled.

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