Use SPG Points for Amazing Major League Baseball Experiences

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If you like to use your points from the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card or Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card for experiences, then hopefully the SPG Moments program is on your radar as they offer some truly unique experiences that can be very worth it if you have some SPG points to spend.

Right now they have “restocked” many different MLB experiences that you couldn’t necessarily buy with cash even if you wanted to. Some of these available experiences include having your kiddo run on the field with the Cubs and act as honorary team manager, or even deliver the night’s line-up card for the Cubs. Of course there are lots of packages for premium seats and luxury boxes to baseball games, but there also some packages that include going to batting practice or being close to the home run derby action at the All Star Game weekend.


If that isn’t cool enough, there are also packages that include participating in the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game and even a package that includes going to the “World Series Rematch” between the Cubs and the Giants that consists a tour of the stadium, a pregame reception, a private meet and greet, two nights at The Park Central Hotel, and of course tickets to all three games of that series at AT&T Park. Most of these packages are available via an auction as opposed to a fixed price which isn’t my favorite pricing model, but it is what it is.

If sports aren’t your thing then there are plenty of other SPG Moments offerings like going to a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live and hanging out in the Green Room, going backstage on Broadway’s The Lion King, and sitting in top notch seats to a whole host of concerts around the world.

Bottom line, if you were hoping to score a SPG Moments MLB package this year, today is a good time to head over to the SPG Moments site and take a peek.

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