Blog Giveaway: 10,000 Starwood Points!
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As you know, American Express has increased the sign-up bonus on the Starwood personal and business credit card from 25,000 points to 30,000 points up to September 3, 2013.
Since it’s Saturday, it’s time for another blog giveaway. This time, I’m giving away 10,000 Starwood points!
How To Enter:
1. Leave a Comment
Please leave ONE comment on where you would use Starwood points, and I’ll pick 1 commenter who wins 5,000 Starwood points after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, August 31 (today).
Follow Million Mile Secrets on twitter, and tweet once to @MilMileSecrets and tell me why you like Starwood. Don’t forget to include the hashtag “#MMSSPGGiveaway”
And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter. I’ll have to pick a new prize winner if you don’t follow Million Mile Secrets on Twitter!
I’ll pick 1 tweeter who wins another 5,000 Starwood points after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central US Time on Saturday, August 31 (today).
Fine Print: The maximum value of this giveaway is $350. I make all the decisions regarding the giveaway and there is no appeal. I’m not getting anything from Starwood and I’m giving away 10,000 points. Maximum value in case the points aren’t available is $350.
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