Amex typically increases the signup bonus of the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Cards (Personal and Business) to 30K Starpoints each summer. But Amex has stepped up further, Amex SPG credit cards now offer 35,000 Starpoints as signup bonus.
Through 03/30/2016, you get 35,000 Starpoints as signup bonus with Starwood Preferred Guest credit card (Personal and business) . Note that you can only get the signup bonus once in a life time per product with American Express personal & Business cards.
My Referral Link – Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express
Non-Referral link from Amex website – Starwood Preferred Guest card from American Express
You will get 35,000 bonus Starpoints after spending $3,000 or more in eligible purchases with in 3 months.
Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit card from American Express.
You can also get 35,000 bonus Starpoints after spending $5,000 or more in eligible purchases with in 3 months.
Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit card from American Express. (My referral link)
What if you applied for this card recently?
Amex does not generally match the signup bonus to a better offer (if available). However, you could certainly give a try as you may get some consolation points.
If you already hold this card, you can refer your friends and earn 5,000 Starpoints for each successful referral (up to 55,000 points per calendar year)
Here are a few posts about the value of Starpoints and flexibility.
Through 03/30/2016, you can get 35,000 Starpoints signup bonus with Starwood Preferred Guest card from American Express and another 35,000 bonus Starpoints with Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit card from American Express. These are the best ever signup bonuses offered for these cards.
If you are already an existing card holder, you can get 5,000 Starpoints when you refer your friends and family members.
Disclaimer: If you apply for this card through the referral link, I earn 5,000 Starpoints for each approved application (up to 55,000 Starpoints)
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