As you may already know, there is currently the opportunity to purchase Starpoints at a 35% discount. Transactions must be completed before the end of 29 December 2017 in order for SPG members to be eligible for this discount. I must have mentioned the way to get to Japan in Business Class using Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Miles a million times but now there is actually the opportunity to get that same flight for even lesser (provided you are traveling alone).
Assuming you have not purchased anything (or not more than 10,000 Starpoints) this year, you will be able to purchase 20,000 Starpoints at USD 455 (SGD 613). You can then convert this into 25,000 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Miles which you can then redeem for a (or two!) free Business Class flights on Japan Airlines.
Each SPG account can only purchase up to 30,000 Starpoints per year and therefore if you are looking to travel on Japan Airlines on Business Class with a friend, you will each need your very own SPG accounts (and make your redemption for flights separately).
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