FREE Gold Membership at Starwood

I'm a self-proclaimed Starwood junkie! Think St. Regis, W Hotels, Westin, Sheraton, etc - those kind of hotels, yeah well I love them!

I pretty much always try to stay at Starwood properties so that I can maintain my elite status with them each year. And when you travel alot, the nice perks are appreciated! I just LOVE getting upgraded to nicer rooms... most of the times suites (for free).

Anyhoo... Starwood is allowing me to extend a FREE Gold SPG (Starwood Preferred Guest) membership to my friends throughout 2010. With Gold status you will get upgraded, upon availability, to a room upgrade and more SPG points,etc, etc.

If you would like a free Gold SPG membership, please comment or email me your email address. You can reach me at jessica.adza at gmail dot com

***My apologies, this SPG promotion ended on 02/28/2010. If I hear of any more, I will definitely post again in the future. Or feel free to email me and I will save your contact info. :) Cheers!


Allen said...

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Unknown said...

I'd LOVE your Gold Membership perks!! :) Westin is my absolute favorite - I've slept in a lot of crappy hotels as a flight attendant, and the Westin Beds are as close to my "own" bed as they possibly can be! :)

Check out my blog if you get a moment...

and, thanks...for the membership

Sherry Martin


Notes From Around The Globe


Anonymous said...

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