Earn A Free Night With Best Western’s New Promo

Filed Under: Best Western, Great Deals

Best Western Rewards isn’t the most generous loyalty program out there, and for that matter Best Western doesn’t have that many aspirational properties.

In the past when they’ve run a promotion, it has typically come in the form of receiving a $10-20 gift card that can be used towards future stays for completing a certain number of stays. The program has just introduced their latest promo, and it’s a bit different.

Best Western Rewards is offering a free night after completing two eligible stays between February 4 and April 14, 2019.

There are some conditions to be aware of:

  • Registration is required prior to your first eligible stay (which is defined as a stay eligible to earn points)
  • You can earn at most one free night voucher
  • Best Western Rewards members who reside in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands, can stay at any Best Western branded hotel worldwide to qualify, while members who reside outside those regions need to stay at properties in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands, to qualify
  • You can earn a free night voucher redeemable at any Best Western branded hotel in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands
  • The free night voucher will expire 60 days after it’s issued, and needs to be redeemed by calling (800) 567-4009
  • The free night voucher will be sent electronically to the member’s email address
  • Allow 2-3 weeks from completion of the eligible stay to receive the free night voucher

Bottom line

Given how affordable many Best Western properties are, this could represent an excellent deal, especially if you’re making two one night stays. There’s still quite a bit of variance in terms of the costs of staying at Best Western properties, so you could easily stay at two hotels costing $70 each, and redeem the free night at a hotel costing $150+.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this Best Western free night promo?

Comments
  1. I might possibly have to look into that in the future with Best Western if I travel to Santa Barbara, California.

  2. Matt, I live in the west and BWs are often good choices in national parks, where hotels often cost 400/night and where the “nice” hotel is a Holiday Inn Express or BW.

  3. There’s one near Boone, NC that looks decent. It would have to be one away from high traveled areas like interstates. My issue is the 60 day expiration date. You have to be traveling at that time at a location worth using at at that time period. For some this will work out well.

  4. @cahbf

    Yes, this is a great deal to use for Yosemite, there are two BW right outside the park and most “hotels” outside the park are $300-500 during peak season for a 2/3star. To get a slightly better hotel like a Hampton Inn you have to drive an extra 45min. This is a slam dunk deal for Yosemite.

  5. @cahbf

    One of the best NP hotels I ever stayed in was a BW in Springdale, UT just outside Zion with a screen door to a balcony overlooking a gorgeous meadow.

    And one of the worst NP hotels I’ve ever stayed in is Ruby’s BW “Plus” at Bryce.

  6. Mattt – the pictured hotel is the Best Western Hollywood/Aventura, FL, right off 1-95 a few exits south of Fort Lauderdale, clean, friendly staff and 2 miles from the beach.

  7. BW has come a long way in the past 4 years with 16 brands including the recent purchase of WORLD HOTELS. There are many very nice properties that I’ve experienced.

  8. Great BW in Abbotsford British Columbia … great room and very affordable…great hot breakfast, too, with nice variety! Nice staff…very helpful!

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