LAST CALL: SPG Buy & Gift Starpoints At Up To 25% Discount Until May 31, 2015


Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) offer for those that would like to purchase some Starpoints is soon coming to an end. You can get up to 25% discount for buying minimum of 20,000 points. This offer is valid until May 31, 2015.

Starwood Preferred Guest Buy Points Spring 2015 Promotion

You can purchase for your account or receive as a gift maximum of 20,000 Starpoints in a calendar year. The account that receives Starpoints must have been open for a minimum of 14 days.

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

• Get 10% off 5,000–9,500 Starpoints
• Get 15% off 10,000–14,500 Starpoints
• Get 20% off 15,000–19,500 Starpoints
• Get 25% off 20,000 Starpoints

The discount percentage is dependent on the amount of Starpoints you buy.

Starwood Preferred Guest Buy Points Spring 2015 Promotion Price U

The price of the 20,000 Starpoints are $525. The price of a Starpoint is 2.63 cents each.

Doe it make sense to purchase Starpoints at this price?

Starwood has greatly devalued the Starpoints by the yearly category creep. There can be some values left during special events and high season.

This is, however, a good way to purchase partner airline miles at 2.1 cents each (Singapore Airlines!). You can convert 20,000 Starpoints to 25,000 airline miles in most partner programs (not on United’s and some others – see the table below).

SPG Buy Gift Starpoints Get Up To 25 Percent Partner Airlines 1SPG Buy Gift Starpoints Get Up To 25 Percent Partner Airlines 2

You can do even better if you wait for a conversion bonus offer that airline programs often have.


I would only purchase Starpoints if you are planning to convert them to airline miles or if you have some special use for them.

Remember that you can make the purchase using several family SPG accounts and later pool them all into one account as long as the addresses are same. Don’t open fictitious accounts, however.

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