Last Day to Transfer Starwood Points to American Airlines or US Airways with a 20% Bonus

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This is a quick reminder that today is the last day to transfer your Starwood Preferred Guest points to American Airline miles OR US Airways miles with a 20% bonus. For those that like to earn SPG points for the sole reason to transfer to miles, this can be a great opportunity! Additionally, when you transfer SPG points to ANY airline you receive a 5,000 point bonus with every 20,000 points. So with this promotion, if you transfer 20,000 points you’ll receive a total of 30,000 American Airline or US Airways miles, which means a 50% bonus on your transfer!

Some things to know:

  • The maximum amount you can transfer in a day is 99,999 points (including any bonus) – this means you can transfer a maximum of 60,000 points
  • There is currently no maximum amount of points you can transfer during the promotional period

Is this a good promotion? While this is a great promotion for those that typically like to accrue Starpoints to transfer to airlines, I personally like saving my SPG points to use for hotels.  I value my SPG points at at least 2 cents per value, so if transferring your points to one of these two airline programs gives you this value at a minimum then it could be worthwhile. Just note that Starwood points do NOT transfer immediately. But as long as you initiate the transfer today you’ll still receive the 20% bonus regardless of when they post to your account.

You can check out other people’s experience with transferringS SPG points to various airline programs here.

Will you be taking advantage of this promotion?

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