But, while reviewing LoyaltyLobby today, I noticed he reported on a customized page SPG programmed that allows each member to see interesting facts about their own experiences with SPG.
So, I decided to take a tour through my personal stats. First, let me say that I think this was a fun exercise SPG undertook and I don’t mean to sound overly critical. Based on a quick glance, I’m assuming they ran these numbers earlier in the year or they’re working off a stale copy of their database. Here goes:
Interesting that the average Plat member only earns 62K. Sounds like more of them need a Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Card. Anyway, I actually earned more points than this.
Well, at least they got the number of nights I stayed correctly. Oh, wait. I actually had 102, of which 98 have already posted. And, most of my stays were earlier in the year, so while the number might not be accurate if they pulled a copy of the database in the last couple weeks, this data looks a few months old. See screen shot from my account a few days ago.
This number’s a bit high, but not too far off. I was closer to half a million in redemptions, artificially inflated by the Andre Agassi US Open Auction I won. Again, the average Plat member’s redemption number seems paltry. Need more credit card spend. 🙂
This one was at least pretty close. We traveled to 5 countries this year where I had an SPG stay.
Anyway, despite the inaccuracy, a fun exercise. The average numbers were interesting to see as compared to other Platinum members.
How did you fare compared to the “Average Platinum Member”?