You can’t get the Amex SPG Business 35k bonus points offer anymore. It was a temporary promotion that expired in 2017 and may or may not return in the future. But that doesn’t mean the card is currently bonus-less. Amex SPG Business 35k just became Amex SPG Business 25k, as you can still get 25,000 points for spending $5,000 in your first 3 months. The card packs other great perks too, like bonus points for Starwood Hotel stays and free Wi-Fi.
Here’s what replaced the Amex SPG Business 35k offer:
25,000 bonus Starpoints. To earn this initial bonus, you’ll need to spend $5,000 within 3 months of getting the card. That works out to about $1,667 per month. Each point is worth 1 cent each when used toward travel or gift cards (less with other redemption methods), so your bonus is worth a total of $250. That’s not a bad amount, but it’s far from the biggest bonus on the market.
Extra earnings for Starwood stays. Since this card is co-branded with Starwood Hotels, you get extra value for staying there. You’ll earn 2 Starpoints per $1 spent at participating Starwood Preferred Guest and Marriott Rewards hotels. And all other purchases will get you 1 Starpoint per $1.
Flexible redemption. You can use your Starpoints for rooms in more than 1,300 hotels and flights on over 150 airlines.
Free Wi-Fi. You get unlimited free Wi-Fi at any Boingo hotspot. That’s over 1 million locations throughout the world.
While the Amex SPG Business Card’s initial bonus has decreased by 10k points since the 35k offer ended, there’s still plenty of value to be had. For example, the 25k bonus covers the cost of your $95 annual fee for almost the first four years, since the fee is waived year one.
Nope, that's not available anymore. They currently offer 25,000 but worry not, they offer many other benefits in addition to that. Issuers change their promotions all the time, but they will stay competitive. It's a crazy market out there.
Sorry, that offer was nerfed. 25,000 isn't that bad though.
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