There is no SPG credit card with 50,000 bonus points, but there’s an even better offer available: 75,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months with the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express.
In addition to 75K bonus points, the SPG Credit Card gives 6 points per $1 spent at participating SPG and Marriott hotels as well as 2 per $1 on all other purchases. That’s a lot of earning power. And to sweeten the offer, the SPG card’s $95 annual fee is waived the first year. You need good credit or better to get this hotel credit card deal.
Here’s what replaced the SPG credit card’s 50,000 bonus point offer:
Initial Bonus: 75,000 points
Spending Requirement: $3,000 in the first 3 months
Value of Bonus: $525 - $1,275 in hotel reservations (based on a range of 0.7 to 1.7 cents per point).
When You Get the Points: 8-12 weeks after meeting the spending requirement.
Annual Bonus: One free night after each account anniversary (good for a room worth up to 35,000 points).
Even though there’s no SPG credit card with 50,000 points bonus, you don’t have to be disappointed. The current offer adds an extra 25,000 points to the deal. But the Starwood Preferred Guest Card’s sign-up bonus has been known to change frequently, so you may want to apply sooner rather than later.
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