Starwood’s Preferred Guest program has an annual point expiration calendar. The Flight Deal team is a big fan of the SPG program due to their flexibility — not only can you redeem points for hotels but when you transfer them to airlines in amounts greater than 20,000, you receive a 5,000 miles bonus.
If you have some Starwood points and have not accrued or used any SPG points in the last 12 months, here’s an easy way to receive up to 12 points to extend your expiration calendar for another 12 months. [Update 1 – 10/25: Apparently this does not extend expiration — the easiest way would be for a SPG member to go to a hotel with restaurant/dining and order $10 of food and then give them your SPG # to extend it]
- What is the number in Sister Act in which Dolores gets the nuns singing to improve drastically? Raise Your Voice
- The film version of Godspell starred who as Jesus? Victor Garber
- What is the one solo that Bobby sings in Memphis, The Musical? Big Love
- True or False? Rent previewed exactly 100 years after Puccini’s La Boheme premiered. True
- In what year was Porgy and Bess first performed? 1935
- What theatre company in NYC held a reading of Bonnie and Clyde in 2009? Roundabout Theatre Company
Audience Rewards is very good with posting these points and usually takes 2-3 weeks.