Starwood Cyber Monday Sale Live: Save Up to 35%

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It’s not Cyber Monday yet!  But the Starwood Cyber Monday promotion is now live!

You can save 30% at participating Starwood hotels around the world when you book by December 4, 2016.  Plus, Starwood loyalty members (free to sign-up!) can save an additional 5% off, for a total of 35% off.

With this deal, you can book rooms for less than $100 in Boston, Chicago, Dubai, and San Diego.  Plus, there are deals in many other cities around the world!

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I’ll share the details!

Starwood Cyber Monday Promotion

Link:   Starwood Cyber Monday Promotion

You can save up to 35% off paid stays at participating Starwood hotels when you book by December 4, 2016.

You’ll save 30% at certain hotels when you book through the Starwood Cyber Monday sale website.  And Starwood loyalty members (free to join) will receive an additional 5% off!

With the discounts, you can book paid nights in these cities starting at ~$83:

  • Boston from $99
  • Chicago from $99
  • Dubai from ~$83
  • London from ~$224
  • New York City from $199
  • Paris from ~$133
  • San Diego from $99
  • San Francisco from $169

You can find discounted rooms for stays through September 4, 2017.

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This deal does NOT apply to award night bookings.  And you must pay for your stay in advance.  Keep in mind these rates are NOT refundable.  So be sure of your dates before you book!

Remember, you’ll earn Starwood points for your stay, that you can transfer to Marriott points at a 1:3 ratio.  And if you have Marriott elite status, you can instantly get Starwood elite status match by linking your Marriott and Starwood accounts.

Earn Bonus Points With These Cards

Link:   Earn Bonus Points on Spending at Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, & Starwood Hotels

When you pay for your Starwood hotel stays using your AMEX or Chase Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, or Starwood credit card, you’ll earn bonus points!

With the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express and Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express, you’ll earn:

  • 2 Starwood points per $1 you spend at Starwood hotels

And with the Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit CardMarriott Rewards Premier Business Card, and Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card, you’ll earn:

  • 5 Marriott or Ritz-Carlton points per $1 you spend at Starwood hotels

I recommend using an AMEX Starwood personal or small business card.  Because you can essentially earn 6 Marriott or Ritz-Carlton points per $1 for paid Starwood stays when you transfer the points at a 1:3 ratio.

Bottom Line

Through December 4, 2016, you can save up to 35% off at participating Starwood hotels around the world.  The deal is valid for stays through September 4, 2017.  

To get this deal, you must be a member of Starwood’s loyalty program (free to sign-up) and book through Starwood’s Cyber Monday promotion page.  And it’s already live!

Travel dates and discounts vary by hotel, so be sure to check when you book.  Let me know if you plan a trip!

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