SPG and MLB Team Up to Bring Baseball to Guests

Oct 21, 2015

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If your two loves are Starwood Preferred Guest and Major League Baseball, this is a week for the record books. SPG announced that it’s partnering with MLB to bring America’s pastime to Sheraton guests and SPG members, offering yet another opportunity for fans to redeem points to get their baseball fix.

Beginning with the 2016 season, Starwood will provide access to MLB Network as a television channel at its Sheraton properties, in addition to MLB.TV for online streaming and opportunities to book baseball-related trips and events.

You can use your Starpoints to bid on tickets for the upcoming World Series.
You can bid on 2015 World Series tickets with Starpoints through SPG Moments.

The partnership also includes new SPG Moments, such as tickets to this year’s World Series. Of course, the teams and cities have yet to be determined, but tickets are already available, so if you’re interested in attending, you should place a bid now. Bidding started at 5,000 Starpoints for two tickets — the first auction ends tomorrow.

If you’re looking to boost your SPG account, you can earn a sign-up bonus of 25,000 Starpoints when you spend $3,000 in the first three months with the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express. Of course you won’t be able to earn the bonus fast enough to win tickets to this year’s World Series, but SPG Moments has plenty of other tempting opportunities for sports fans and SPG members alike.

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