UPDATE: SPG “Take Three” Promotion For Double & Triple Starpoints For Stays May 27 – September 4, 2017 + 1,500 Resort Bonus (Targeted)

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Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) yesterday launched their “Take Three” promotion (read more here) that is valid for stays minimum of two nights between May 27 – September 4, 2017. Seems that there is at least one additional targeted bonus offer around.

UPDATE SPG Take Three Promotion May 27 - September 4 2017

The targeted bonus is 1,500 bonus Starpoints for stays at resorts that you earn in addition to the double or triple Starpoints under the generic version of this offer.

You can access and register for this offer on SPG’s website here.

READ MORE: SPG Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Here’s the additional resort promo:

UPDATE SPG Take Three Promotion May 27 - September 4 2017 DB

Members that have SPG Amex and are targeted for this offer can earn an additional 1,500 bonus Starpoints for stays at participating resorts (minimum two nights). You don’t have to settle using SPG Amex.

Conclusion

This is nice additional bonus for those that can take advantage of this offer and stay at any of the participating resorts during the promotional period.

Here are the additional T&Cs:

SPG Credit Card Offer: The Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express Card Members (“SPG Card Members”) who register for the SPG Take Three Promotion before the registration deadline will earn 1,500 Starpoints for eligible stays of two or more nights during the earning period at certain SPG Resorts that are participating in the SPG Take Three 3X and 2X promotion. Click here to view the complete list of resorts participating in the SPG Credit Card Offer. Not all of the SPG hotels and resorts that are participating in the 3X and 2X promotion are also participating in the SPG Credit Card Offer. Check both the list of Hotels and Resorts Participating in the SPG Take Three 3x and 2x Promotion and the list of Resorts Participating in the SPG Card 1.5K Bonus to determine whether a property is participating in a particular offer before making your travel plans. An SPG Card Member may not receive the 1,500 Starpoints bonus if the Card Member completes an otherwise eligible resort stay less than 5 days after being approved for The Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express (an “SPG Credit Card”). To receive the 1,500 Starpoints bonus, new SPG Card Members should allow 5 days after SPG Credit Card approval before completing an eligible resort stay. Payment with an SPG Credit Card is not required.

Here are the participating resorts:

ALGERIA

ARGENTINA

AUSTRALIA

AUSTRIA

BHUTAN

BRAZIL

CAMBODIA

CANADA

CAYMAN ISLANDS

CHINA

COSTA RICA

CROATIA

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

EGYPT

FIJI

FRENCH POLYNESIA

GREECE

GRENADA

INDIA

INDONESIA

ITALY

JAPAN

MACAU

MALAYSIA

MALDIVES

MALTA

MAURITIUS

MEXICO

MONACO

NEW CALEDONIA

NIGERIA

PANAMA

PERU

PORTUGAL

SAMOA

SEYCHELLES

SINGAPORE

SINT MAARTEN

SPAIN

SWEDEN

SWITZERLAND

TAIWAN

THAILAND

TURKEY

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

UNITED KINGDOM

UNITED STATES

ARIZONA

CALIFORNIA

COLORADO

FLORIDA

GEORGIA

GUAM

HAWAII

NEVADA

NEW MEXICO

NORTH CAROLINA

PUERTO RICO

SOUTH CAROLINA

UTAH

VERMONT

VIRGIN ISLANDS

VIRGINIA

URUGUAY

VIETNAM

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  • Andreas Riehle

    Great! Does anyone know whether a stay that starts with check-in before the beginning of the promotional period but will check out within the period is eligible? Or only parts of it?

  • jessie

    I assume that award stay or P&C stay are not “eligible stay”, right? What about the combination of paid night (first night) and award night (second night)?

  • TimeforWhisky.com

    Think you need to update the list of participating hotels – it shows a fraction of the ones actually participating. 🙂