Last Chance to Earn 35,000 Starpoints With the SPG Business Amex

Mar 21, 2018

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Since the beginning of the month, the Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card from American Express has been offering an elevated bonus of 35,000 Starpoints (compared to the usual 25,000) after you spend $7,000 in the first three months. As of today, you have one week left to earn the elevated 35,000-point offer — it ends on March 28, 2018.

Based on our valuations, 35,000 Starpoints are worth $945. In addition to redeeming Starpoints for SPG hotel stays (or transferring them to Marriott for Marriott or Ritz award stays), you can transfer them to more than 30 airline partners. You’ll get a 5,000-mile bonus when you transfer 20,000 Starpoints.

Other reasons to get the card include 5 night and 2 stay credits toward SPG elite status, access to Sheraton Club Lounges with eligible rates and 2x Starpoints on spending with Marriott and SPG (and 1 point per dollar on everything else). Additionally, you’ll get complimentary SPG Gold status if you spend $30,000 on the card in a calendar year. This card has a $95 annual fee that’s waived the first year, and no foreign transaction fees.

Especially since we aren’t sure how long this card (and the personal Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express) will stick around in light of news about new Marriott and SPG cards coming this year, now could be the perfect time to sign up. You have until March 28, so don’t delay too long if you’re interested!

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