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American Express made waves when they introduced “once-per-lifetime language” on their credit card offers. This was a big blow to people who want to get sign up bonuses multiple times. Today, some Redditors noticed that the prior “12-month language” had returned to the Amex Starwood Business card offer. This means that you can apply for the card again and get the 25,000 point bonus, if you haven’t gotten the bonus in the last 12 months.
As of 10/20/16 at 10pm CST, Amex has replaced the 12-month language with the once-per-lifetime language on the SPG Business Card. This means you cannot get the bonus a second time if you missed the brief window. For the best current bonus offers, see our Top Offers tab in the menu.
The Offer Terms
The Amex SPG business card is offering 25,000 points for $5,000 spending. With the SPG-Marriott merger, these points will be worth 75,000 Marriott points. You can also transfer these points to many airlines with a 5,000-point bonus on transfers of 20,000 or more!
Public Offer – 12-month Language
If you have already gotten the bonus on this card, and more than 12 months have passed, you can use this link to apply and get the bonus again.
Referral Offer – Once-Per-Lifetime Language
If you have never gotten this card before, you can use this link to get it for the first time and snag the 25,000-point bonus. This is our referral link, and we will get 5,000 points if you sign up 🙂 Signing up for this offer will not necessarily prevent you from getting the bonus again in the future. The restriction language only matters at the time of application. Cheers!
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