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Blog Giveaway: 10,000 Starwood Points!

Blog Giveaway: 10,000 Starwood Points!

Million Mile SecretsBlog Giveaway: 10,000 Starwood Points!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Giveaway time!  We’re always happy to surprise random readers with prizes.  I hope you win!  This week we’re giving away 10,000 Starwood points!

Blog Giveaway 10,000 Starwood Points
The Winner Can Use Their 10,000 Starwood Points Towards a Stay at Hotels Like the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

You can use Starwood points to book stays at beautiful hotels in popular spots like London, New YorkLos Cabos, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.

Starwood hotels include AloftElementFour PointsLe MeridienSheratonSt RegisThe Luxury CollectionWestin and W brand hotels.

Blog Giveaway 10,000 Starwood Points
10,000 Starwood Points Can Get You a Night at the Picturesque Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Golf & Spa Resort in Los Cabos

Or you can transfer your Starwood points to any of their 30+ airline partners and get 5,000 bonus miles for every 20,000 points you transfer!

How to Enter:

1.   Leave a Comment 

Please leave ONE comment telling me about your latest hotel award stay (doesn’t have to be at a Starwood hotel) and how many points you used for your stay.

I’ll pick 1 commenter who will win a 10,000 Starwood points after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, September 12, 2015 (today).

Good luck!

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 Starwood points, so don’t make this hard for me!

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Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, always wanted to ski Beaver Creek but never wanted to pay $$$$ for a bed and a closet and a shower. 88,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points (obtained via a couple of Chase Ultimate Rewards card sign-up bonuses) for 4 nights in a $500-600 per night room in a ski-in, ski-out hotel. Well worth every single point! Excellent example of “Big Travel, Small Money”!

My last stay was at a radisson. Then I found out about playing the points game. Working on a trip to disney next summer for my family of 6! Air tickets done, working on starwoods points now to get two rooms!

My last award stay was at the hilton sukhumvit in Bangkok last summer. I used a points + cash deal, paid 10k points and $50 per night. It was amazing, walking distance within everything and impeccable service. In fact, they let me hang out and store my luggage at the Gold/Diamond lounge my last day as my flight was at midnight.

My wife and I both opened Chase Fairmont VISA cards, which award 2 free nights with account opening as well as suite upgrade certificates and certificates for food and beverage or spa credit. Stayed in a $600/night suite at the Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui for 4 nights and used $100 food credit as well. Our kids ages 6 and 7 (they are small for their age) ate free all 4 days.

My last award stay was actually my first venture into miles and points. My family of 6 went to Orlando for 12 days using points earned on our Club Carlson cards (wife and I each had one) we had 2 rooms for 9 nights $150 (annual card fees) at the Park Inn located in Kissimmee! I expected to pay $15/night/room resort fee but those were waived as well because these were award nights! This wasn’t mentioned when I made my reservations online so it was a great start to our vacation. We also had a side trip and stayed 2 nights / 2 rooms at a Hampton Inn using our Hilton points as well. The Park Inn was not the fanciest hotel but it is very close to all the Disney Parks… plus we slept well and really that’s the most important thing isn’t it?

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