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There’s a new targeted Amex Offer out today for Starwood Preferred Guest: Spend $300 at SPG hotels, get $60 back. Note that this offer is only valid in the US and US territories and will not work at Marriott properties even though the expiration date is after the programs merge.
- New targeted Amex Offer: Spend $300+ on room rate and room charges at SPG Hotels and Resorts, get a $60 statement credit
- Only valid at properties in the US and US territories
- Expires 9/4/18
- Excludes Marriott brand properties
If you have any upcoming stays, it’ll certainly be great to get $60 back – but make sure to note that this one is only valid in the US and US territories. Still, it amounts to 20% back on $300 spend. I found this offer on my Business Platinum card and both SPG cards.
While the loyalty programs are set to merge in August (See: Marriott SPG Ritz Transition Guide), the name of the new combined loyalty program will not come until 2019. Therefore, I expect that this offer will only work at the SPG properties listed even after the points side of things combines in August.
As always, we have added this and other offers to our Current Amex Offers database.
[…] per night including tax, making the total cost $335.52. When making our reservation, there was an Amex Offer that was offering $60 back when spending $300 at SPG brands. That made our net cost $275.52, although it ended up being $315.52 once the $10 per night parking […]
Is the spent cumulative, or one-time? I don’t see it specified.
When it isn’t specified, AOs usually work cumulatively. Offers that don’t work with cumulative spend are few ans far between I think. I can’t say for sure, but I’d expect multiple smaller charges to trigger this.
I got it on my 6/7 cards
Amex Bz Platinum
Amex Everyday Preffered
Amex Delta Platinum
Business Gold Rewards
The only card i didnt get was Hilton Ascend
Seems widely targeted. I got it on all my Amex cards. (I don’t have hilton cards.)