From November 15, 2018 through January 15, 2019, you can book hotel nights at Best Western for only 10,000 points per night or less! Promotion details.
Promotion: 10,000 Best Western points per night
Last year, the “
10,000 Best Western Rewards points per night
“promotion had set the “Travel for free (or almost free…!) with your points & miles – milesopedia” facebook group on fire.
Best Western Rewards is running this popular promotion again this year!
Best Western Rewards Promotion Details
Here are all the important details of the promotion:
|Reservation dates||November 15, 2018 to January 15, 2019|
|Nights concerned||Sunday to Thursday|
|Location||United States and Canada|
|Rate in points||10,000 points or less|
Unfortunately, weekend stays are not included in this promotion, nor are stays outside of North America.
However, all Best Western hotels will be capped at 10,000 points/night. Those that already cost less than that (8,000 points for example) will remain at their lower rate.
How to earn Best Western Rewards points
Don’t have any Best Western Rewards points yet? The easiest way to get one is to sign up for the Best Western Rewards Mastercard credit card which has no annual fee!
This card allows you to earn 20,000 Best Western points after your first purchase (even $1!).
If you sign up for this card today, you may be able to get the points before this promotion ends on January 15, 2019.
We have presented this credit card in detail in this article.
Hotels to aim for
If you have Best Western Rewards points in the bank, aim for the most expensive hotels! Usually in major urban centers like New York, San Francisco, Chicago… !
How about this hotel in the heart of Manhattan… that will only cost 10,000 points!
A great promotion from Best Western, especially for those who could get 20,000 points for free with the Best Western Rewards MasterCard!
Did you take advantage of this promotion? Come and share your find in the facebook group “Travel for free (or almost…!) with your points & miles – milesopedia”!Come to discuss that topic in our Facebook Group!