Top name SPG and Marriott Moments concert tickets for the O2 added

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Starwood Preferred Guest and Marriott Rewards have released a new batch of tickets for O2 concerts in London.

All of these are for the SPG Suite, and include all you can drink and a very decent hot buffet.  You can read my review of my visit to Muse here and Rob’s review of Sting and Paul Simon here.  It is worth reading the reviews because there are pros and cons of being in the suite as opposed to down on the arena floor.

The concerts currently available are:

  • Barry Manilow, 6th September (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • 50 Cent, 20th September (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • BBC Radio 1Xtra Live, 22nd September (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • The League of Gentlemen, 23rd September (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Kylie Minogue, 26th September (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Kylie Minogue, 28th September (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Michael Buble, 29th September (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Soft Cell, 30th September (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Shania Twain, 2nd October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Shania Twain, 3rd October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour, 5th October (30,000 points for two tickets)
  • Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour, 6th October (30,000 points for two tickets)
  • Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour, 7th October (30,000 points for two tickets)
  • BTS, 9th October (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • BTS, 10th October (60,000 points for two tickets)
  • Jeff Lynne’s ELO, 17th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Enrique Iglesias, 19th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Jeff Lynne’s ELO, 20th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • U2, 23rd October (90,000 points for two tickets)
  • U2, 24th October (90,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents John Fogerty, 25th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Robert Plant and Van Morrison (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Zac Brown Band, 27th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • Bluesfest presents Counting Crows and Alison Krauss, 28th October (45,000 points for two tickets)
  • David Byrne, 29th October (45,000 points for two tickets)

You can get your tickets via the SPG Moments site here.  They are also available via Marriott Moments here.  It isn’t clear if the two site are now sharing the same pot of availability or not.

Starwood Preferred Guest is an American Express Membership Rewards transfer partner at the new rate of 2:3. You can also get 30,000 Starwood / Marriott points as a sign-up bonus for getting the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express card. We review the Starwood Amex here.  These tickets are likely to go before the credit card bonus arrives but you would be well placed for the next batch of concerts.

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Comments

  1. If only I hadn’t lost all my SPG points…… if I logon to Marriott I only see what I had there, if I logon to SPG it only shows what Marriott shows. 90,000k points missing. Hopefully will sort itself out soon……

    • RIccatti says:

      Then you are not logging in to SPG account (which appears in Marriott disguise).

      Use your email as login name.

      • I most certainly did use my e-mail, no difference.

      • Doesn’t work for me with either email address or SPG membership number. Am giving it a few days to see if it sorts itself out.

    • Same thing with me, all my Starpoints gone, all my Starwood stays/nights gone. I was also under the impression I would become a Platinum Premier (as I was Marriott Plat). But I’ve been given normal Platinum elite. Wonder when we’ll all get our points back.

      I’ve got 610k of points floating around somewhere from Amex as well, no idea when or if they’ll ever arrive.

  2. Would help if my points haven’t gone missing. When logged into the SPG app the points show but on regular online site they’ve disappeared so cannot redeem ……..very annoying as want to get one of the packages. Where’s my points gone?

    • Finally managed to somehow log in and points miraculously appeared again. Hurrah. Managed to redeem for the Michael McIntyre package. So pleased, was only saying last weekend I wanted to see his show.

      Thanks Rob!

  3. Does anyone know if they issue tickets or is it a guest list? I’d like to buy a pair for my brother and his girlfriend but wouldn’t want them to have to worry about getting in under my name.

    Thanks

    • Just read the FAQs as have finally managed to redeem. Apparently they email tickets a day or so before which can be printed out.

    • This is in their FAQs:

       Can I gift my SPG Moments experience to a friend or relative?

      The winning bidder may not resell items purchased through the Moments program, and may not assign, transfer, remarket, resell or otherwise dispose of an experience without obtaining Starwood’s prior written consent.

      Guess it’s not a “no”, probably just have to ask SPG moments to transfer?

      • Tickets have no names on.

        • Tickets have no names, the lounge ‘manager’ did however ask us questions about SPG, holidays and where we’ve stayed etc as general ‘chitchat’ .

  4. anyone else having issues with stalled pages at https://spg-moments.marriott.com/login/sso?from=login ?

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