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Best Western: 50% off in points for free nights

To the point

Best Western reduces the number of points required for one night. From 10,000 points per night, you can stay for free!

Nights from 10,000 points

Starting today and for stays through February 06, 2022, Best Western is lowering its point redemption levels by 50% %, for one free night. This applies only to its hotels in Canada and the United States.

Here is the exchange rate for this promotion:

Standard With the promotion
12,000 to 24,000 points 10,000 points
28,000 to 40,000 points 20,000 points
56,000 to 70,000 points 40,000 points

For example, when you sign up for the Best Western Rewards® Mastercard, you earn 20,000 points on your first purchase.

That’s enough to stay for two nights at the Best Western Premier Aristocrate Hotel in Quebec City, where a night costs $163 during the holiday season. With taxes, this saves $388 for a two-night stay. Really great for a no-fee credit card!

Aristocrat K points

Give a free night

In addition, Best Western allows transferring points to anyone.

If you want to gift a free night to a member of your immediate family (spouse, child, parent, in-law, brother, sister), you must do so via their online form.

Pay with a combination of cash and points

In addition, Best Western is launching its new Pay with Points program. This is useful when a member does not have enough points to make a free night reservation.

From 5,000 points, you can pay part of the room in points and the rest in cash. However, this option is not available in all hotels at the moment.

Points are redeemable in increments of 1,000 points. Every 1,000 points equal $5 off your room rate.

Please note that since you pay part of your stay in cash, you can take advantage of specific promotions. For example, there is the possibility to earn double points for each stay.

This is because when you pay for your stay in full with points, you are not eligible for these offers. By paying in points and money, you are.

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