Can I Get the Starwood Credit Card Again and Again?

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With the current Starwood credit card offer, I’ve received many emails/comments asking “If I’ve had the Starwood credit card in the past, am I able to receive it again.” The short answer is no. Unfortunately, American Express credit cards no longer allow you to receive the sign up bonus on either personal or business credit cards if you’ve received one in the past. With that being said, I have read some reports of folks being able to receive the offer again, but typically it was due to not having the card for years.

With that being said, if you’ve only had the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express (person version) card in the past and are trying to get the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express OPEN (business version) that is allowed! Same goes for those that were business card holders in the past and are now looking for the personal version of the card. For example, I’ve been a long time Starwood personal credit card holder and am actually getting the Starwood business credit card for the first time with the current offer . The personal and business version act as two totally separate cards/offers, so having one will not prevent you from getting the other.

Feel free to post in the comments section if you’ve have any luck receiving the sign up offer for a second (or third, forth, etc.) time.

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