Amex Offer: Get $50 Back after Spending $250+ at Westin Hotels

Sep 16, 2016

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Amex Offers (limited, targeted, opt-in deals like this one for $200 after spending $1,000 with Delta) released a new hotel discount: Get $50 back after spending $250+ at Westin Hotels and Resorts.

Log in to your Amex account to see if you’ve been offered the deal.
Log in to your Amex account to see if you’ve been offered the deal.

And though Amex offers are targeted (so you won’t necessarily see this offer on all your accounts), the Westin deal is also available via Twitter:

 Tweet #AmexWestin to get $50 back on a $250+ charge at Westin Hotels.

Tweet #AmexWestin with a Twitter account linked to your Amex to get $50 back on $250+ spent at Westin Hotels.

The offer is good on any room and rate charges at Westin Hotels and Resorts through December 14, 2016. Just make sure you read the fine print:

  • Reservations must be made at, via any of the Starwood apps, or by calling the 800-number. (So a reservation made through a third-party site won’t count.)
  • The offer is only valid at Westin Hotels and Resorts in the US and US territories.
  • The offer only applies to stays paid for during the promotion dates.
  • The offer is not valid at other hotel brands under the Starwood group (so the St. Regis, Four Points, Sheraton and more are disqualified); or at Westin Well-Being, Westin Store, Westin Residences or Westin Vacation Club resorts.

If you don’t see the offer available on your account, link your Amex to your Twitter account and tweet using the hashtag — the offer should be added to your card. In addition this offer, there are a few great flight-related deals out there, including $200 back after spending $1,000 with Virgin Atlantic.

Featured image courtesy of the Westin Grand Cayman.

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