MLB Spring Training SPG Moments Packages from 5,000 Points!

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SPG Moments sometimes offers fantastic opportunities to use your Starwood Preferred Guest points to attend events such as the US Open, Ryder Cup, and Cubs games at Wrigley Field. Not only does the SPG Moments program get you in the gate for top notch events, but they can offer up ways to sit in otherwise largely inaccessible luxury boxes, get all access passes, and even throw out a pitch in the World Series!



Via Running With Miles, they have just introduced some MLB Spring Training Moments that appear to be pretty cool, and in some cases selling out quickly!

Many of the packages offer two tickets to various Spring Training games in Florida and Arizona for just 5,000 total SPG points. The World Series Champions Cubs games seem to cost a bit more at 7,500 SPG points for two tickets.

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Have Your Kid Run on the Field With the Cubs for 10,000 Points!

However, probably coolest of all are the Cubs games at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona, where you get two infield reserved tickets and also a 7 – 13 year old gets to run onto the field with the Cubs before the first pitch! I see those packages offered on 3/19/17 and 3/26/17 for just 10,000 total SPG points. I say these packages are a steal because for a kid who loves baseball, getting to run on the field with the World Series Champion Cubs has to be pretty much priceless…or at least worth 10,000 SPG points.

I’d love to hear if you are able to put some of these SPG Moments opportunities to use!

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