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SPG Spending Bonus
Amex has sent out a targeted offer for the business SPG card that will give you 2x Starpoints on $15K purchases.
Enroll and earn 30,000 Starpoints® or more after you use your Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card to make $15,000 in qualifying purchases by December 31st, 2017. This means that when you spend $15,000 on your Card, you get 15,000 Starpoints from 1x Starpoint per dollar for everyday spending, plus you earn 15,000 bonus Starpoints.
Check here if you’re targeted.
- Spend $15,000 in qualifying purchases from the time you complete enrollment through December 31, 2017
- Qualifying purchases can be made by the Basic Card Member and any Additional Card Members on a single Card Account.
- Qualifying purchases do NOT include fees or interest charges, balance transfers, cash advances, purchases of traveler’s checks, purchases or reloading of prepaid cards, or purchases of any cash equivalents. Additional Card Members on your account are not eligible for this offer.
- The extra points you earn during the Purchase Period as part of this offer are in addition to any other points you may get from using your Card.
We’ve seen these offers before for the Amex SPG card. It’s a nice way to add SPG points to your account, which are hard to earn besides sign up bonuses. With this offer you’ll earn 2x Starpoints on $15,000 in purchases. Just make sure you’re targeted first, enroll and complete the spending a few days before the December 31, 2017 deadline to make sure your purchases post in time.
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