The Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) Luxury American Express Credit Card

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UPDATE 2/19/19:

The The Starwood Preferred Guest Card is no longer availabe from the issuer. The information in this post may not be current.



The Starwood SPG has been rebranded as Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Card.

You're jet-setting across the world, exploring remote, exotic islands and the world's most remarkable wonders. This kind of luxury costs money, of course. But what, if anything, are you getting in return for spending those hard-earned dollars? Thanks to travel rewards cards, all play and no rewards is a thing of the past. Today, you can travel with confidence and get rewarded every time you swipe your travel rewards credit card. But with so many travel rewards clamoring for a space in your wallet, how do you know which one's right for you?

American Express has added a competitor to the pack: the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury Card. The Starwood Preferred Designed Guest American Express Luxury Card is designed for travelers. This premium card offers a whole host of exciting features and benefits that reward you as you're soaking up the world around you. People most likely to enjoy this card are members of the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) and Marriott Rewards programs. When you use your card to pay for eligible SPG and Marriott hotels and resorts across the world, you'll earn the most rewards. Terms apply.

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