Update: This offer ends today!
Originally posted on 7/25:
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You can earn Starpoints on the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express and on the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express.
-Check To See If You Are Targeted For A Starwood Spend Bonus
–Getting To Israel Using Starwood Starpoints, 2016 Edition
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If you add a free additional user to your Starwood account via the link above by 9/19 you will get 2,500 bonus Starpoints. There is a limit of 1 bonus per primary Starwood account.
This deal was posted to the DansDeals Forums on Friday and members that added a card on that day are already reporting that the bonus points are in their account despite the terms saying that it will take 8-12 weeks!
Additional AMEX cards qualify for AMEX Offers and promotions like Small Business Saturday. You can have up to 99 additional users on a primary card account, but the bonus is only for adding 1 card.
Additional Card Members must be at least 15 years of age. You are able to add yourself, a family member, or a friend as an additional user.
A social security number is required for this offer. There is no hard credit pull for adding an additional user.
However the account will show up on their credit report, which means that spending on the card can help or hurt their credit score depending on your credit utilization and payments.
An additional user card will also count against the user with Chase, which limits approvals for many of their cards if you have had more than 5 new accounts in the past 24 months. It is possible to appeal that decision based on it being an authorized user account if you say that you don’t use it and aren’t responsible for payment on the card, but some have been turned down because of that approval guideline. It is possible to have the additional user account removed from the credit report by closing it and requesting removal from all 3 credit bureaus.