SPG Earn Your Dreams up to 3,000 points per stay EMEA region

Europe, Middle East and Africa Starwood Hotels have an “Earn Your Dreams” promotion running for the next 15 months with double points per stay in a standard room, triple points for a premium room stay, and 3,000 bonus points for a hotel stay in a suite.

This offer requires a package rate booked through this Earn Your Dreams SPG link and a completed stay by December 31, 2011.

  • Double Starpoints will be awarded per paid eligible stay on rate code SETPKGBA, triple Starpoints will be awarded per paid eligible stay on rate code SETPKGBB and 3,000 Starpoints will be awarded per paid eligible stay on rate code SETPKGBC and will be awarded for room revenue only. 

Only the room rate earns double or triple  points. No bonus points on incidental spend. Normal Starpoints and elite bonuses apply.

Standard room rates I checked were about 10EUR higher than the lowest rate at some hotels in Germany. The one aspect I like about the suite package rate is the ability to pull up hotel suite rates and descriptions. Getting suites to show up when searching a Starwood Hotel can be difficult in a regular room rate search.  

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  1. TA Anonymous – I actually came across this promotion through Miles & More. The advantage of getting Starpoints rather than airline direct deposit miles is the 25% bonus miles with a 20,000 Starpoints transfer.

    Since SPG points transfer to miles at a 1:1 ratio for these airlines there is no real reason to choose direct deposit miles unless you do not think you will earn 2,500 points for a minimum points-to-miles transfer as a SPG non-elite member.

  2. I agree. Starwood point is better option in general.

    Mile option is for:
    a. non elite members or infrequent travelers
    b. non big money spenders


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