It is a known fact that Starpoints are very valuable and unique due to the wide range of possibilities with the rewards, One of the best uses of the SPG points is redeeming for SPG moments.
Early September, while reviewing the SPG moments auctions list, I noticed that the highest bid for “2016 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix Qualifying Day With VIP Hospitality” is around 25K Starpoints and the similar events for other Grand Prix’s were sold for over 100k points in some instances. I was able to win the auction, even though there was some sudden competition during the last few minutes of closing.
Few days before the event, SPG representative contacted me to collect the details of the guests and the arrival information. We were asked to collect the entry passes from the W Kuala Lumpur lobby on the day before the event.
There was an access card to the paddock club along with a souvenir “Passport holder”.
On the day of the event, we were surprised that all the action is happening next to us and we can watch from the comfort of an air conditioning with top notch service and food.
Enjoy drinks and food while you watch the action.
There are dedicated areas for several other partners of other teams and Emirates is one of them.
The winners trophy was also on display in the club.
Here is the dedicated area for the guests from Petronas, which we had access to.
There is a garage tour, where we will have a chance to see the car closely.
There is also a pit lane walk through, where you can see many other teams practicing their pit stops and prepping up for the big day.
Probably the highlight of the session is the appearance of Lewis Hamilton after the qualifying session.
We also got a team merchandise that contained a T-shirt, Cap and a water bottle
You can use SPG points to experience some thing unique through SPG moments. We had a great time at the event “2016 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix Qualifying Day With VIP Hospitality”
We got team merchandise and a chance to see the drivers and the cars closely.
Disclaimer: Links mentioned in this post do not earn us any commission.
Editorial Note: Opinions, analysis and any calculations shown are authors alone. Information in this post is not reviewed, approved and endorsed by any airlines, frequent flyer programs or financial institution