Using Starwood Points: Part 2 – 11 Ways to Use Your Starwood Points

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The once-a-year up to 30,000 point bonus on the Starwood personal and business cards are back!  But the offer ends on June 30, 2014.  So I’ve updated my earlier guide on earning and using Starwood points!

Using Starwood Points: Part 2 – 11 Ways To Use Your Starwood Points

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Using Starwood Points:

11 Ways to Use Your Starwood Points

There are lots of ways you can redeem Starwood points which we’ll go over in future posts.  For now, here are 11 different ways to use Starwood hotel points.

Click on the updated 11 Ways to Use Your Starwood Points to learn more!

Bottom Line

You have lots of ways to use Starwood points.  The best value is redeeming Starwood points for Cash & Points redemptions, Nights & Flights, hotel nights, and transferring to airlines.  But you should do what works best for you!

You can earn Starwood points with the Starwood personal or business cards and by staying in Starwood hotels.

How do you use your Starwood points?

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