Wednesday - Apr 25, 2018

SPG “Open the World”: Earn Free Nights, Star Points, Gift Cards And A Chance to Win a Dream Vacation


Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) has launched a new game “Open the World“. With SPG “Open the world” game, you can win many prizes including Free nights, Points, Gift cards and more.

There is also a grand prize, you could win 250,000 Starpoints if your entry is picked from the random drawing.

Here is list of prizes available to won:

  • One Free Night Award: 33 Awards available for any SPG participating category 1-5 hotel or resort.
  • Starpoints: 561 Awards Available: 25,000 Starpoints; 10,000 Starpoints; 5000 Starpoints; 1000 Starpoints
  • American Express $10.00 Gift Card: 165 total Awards.
  • Amazon $25.00 Gift Card: 330 total Awards.
  • Amazon $50.00 Gift Card: 825 total Awards.

 

Some of the important rules

  1. You can play this game, twice a day
  2. A day is defined per the Eastern Standard timings
  3. Game ends on Sep 30, 2015.
  4. You must be a Starwood Preferred Guest member and must be 18 years old.
  5. Eligibility is limited to residents of select countries only. See the terms & conditions for full details.

 

How to play the game:

 

  •  Enter your SPG number and email

 

Register

 

  • Select the method you want to open the door (To remind us about the keyless check-in feature)

 

Select the Device

 

  • Open a door

 

Pick the Door

 

  • You will land at one of the Starwood hotel/resort across the world

 

Resort

 

  • Check if you’ve won any prize

 

Result

 

You can try again as you can enter twice a day. You friends/family members can also sign up  (if not already a SPG member) for SPG program and play this game.

 

Conclusion:

You could earn free nights, points and more with SPG  “Open the World” game. There is also a grand prize of 250,000 star points.

This game ends on Sep 30, 2015, and you can play twice a day.  Follow this link for complete terms & conditions.

 

 

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