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Starwood Preferred

anyone know what the differences are for personal and business?  trying to decide which one i will get

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Re: Starwood Preferred

hatedebt wrote:

anyone know what the differences are for personal and business?  trying to decide which one i will get

I dont suggest you getting a personal AMEX to put business expenses on. AMEX usually frowns upon this and may FR you. 

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Re: Starwood Preferred

Only real difference is that the business card is part of the OPEN savings program, which means you save automatically at certain merchants like FedEx, Hertz, and OfficeMax.

AMEX SPG - $8k
Citi AA Visa - $6.5k
Walmart Discover - $5.5k
Citi Forward - $3.9k
Discover More - $2.5k
Wells Fargo Cash Back - $1.9k
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