Promo: Best Western Rewards Offering Double Points

Promo: Best Western Rewards Offering Double Points

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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. However, the program does pretty consistently offer promotions, and the latest such offer has been launched as of today.

Best Western Rewards double points promotion

With a new promotion, Best Western Rewards members can earn double points on all stays. The promotion is valid for stays between December 6, 2021, and February 6, 2022, at any Best Western branded property in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.

There are some more things to be aware of:

  • Registration is required prior to your first eligible stay
  • While this promotion is open to Best Western members regardless of where they live, hotel stays must take place in the United States, Canada, and/or the Caribbean, to be eligible for this offer
  • Eligible stays include those booked directly with Best Western at non-special discounted rates
  • Bonus points will post within seven to 10 business days of an eligible stay
  • There’s no limit to how many bonus points you can earn

How many Best Western Rewards points can you earn?

For context, Best Western Rewards ordinarily offers 10x points per dollar spent, meaning that with this promotion you’d earn 10 bonus points per dollar spent. This doesn’t include the rewards you’d earn for credit card spending, plus any bonus rewards you’d earn if you have elite status with Best Western Rewards.

When it comes time to redeem points, Best Western requires anywhere from 8,000 to 36,000 points per night for a free night redemption, depending on the property. Personally I value Best Western points at somewhere around 0.5 cents each, so to me this promotion offers an incremental 5% return on Best Western spending, give or take.

Bottom line

Best Western has just launched its winter 2021 promotion, offering double points on all stays. This promotion is pretty good in the sense that the bonus kicks in with your first stay, and there’s no cap on how many bonus points you can earn.

At the same time, Best Western doesn’t have all that many aspirational redemption opportunities, so I have a hard time getting too excited about the program. If you really want to maximize value, Amex Offers has a promotion that can save you $25 when you spend $100+ with Best Western.

Do you plan on taking advantage of Best Western’s new promotion?

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  1. Grey Member

    I feel like the title would be a bit better if you specified that this was extremely limited geographically.

  2. AC Guest

    Ben,

    I thought I was an old, white out of touch 1%er but you had to say "hold my beer". Your comment that you weren't interested in Best Western since they don't have many "aspirational" properties shows how out of touch you are!

    I likely speak for the majority of people on here that, while I enjoy 5 star stays using points, I use the points many times for a mid range hotel on...

    Ben,

    I thought I was an old, white out of touch 1%er but you had to say "hold my beer". Your comment that you weren't interested in Best Western since they don't have many "aspirational" properties shows how out of touch you are!

    I likely speak for the majority of people on here that, while I enjoy 5 star stays using points, I use the points many times for a mid range hotel on a road trip or simply a place to sleep during a golf or casino trip. In those cases Best Westerns and lower/mid range Hilton, Marriott or IHG properties (hell I even stay at some Wyndham properties) meets the requirement and frankly I often find redemption rates higher than your posted value on such properties.

  3. Joe1293 Guest

    Ben,
    Do you ever stay at Best Western’s

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Grey Member

I feel like the title would be a bit better if you specified that this was extremely limited geographically.

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AC Guest

Ben, I thought I was an old, white out of touch 1%er but you had to say "hold my beer". Your comment that you weren't interested in Best Western since they don't have many "aspirational" properties shows how out of touch you are! I likely speak for the majority of people on here that, while I enjoy 5 star stays using points, I use the points many times for a mid range hotel on a road trip or simply a place to sleep during a golf or casino trip. In those cases Best Westerns and lower/mid range Hilton, Marriott or IHG properties (hell I even stay at some Wyndham properties) meets the requirement and frankly I often find redemption rates higher than your posted value on such properties.

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Joe1293 Guest

Ben, Do you ever stay at Best Western’s

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