Best Western’s Fall 2016 Promotion Reviewed

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Have an upcoming Best Western stay?  I have good news!

You can earn 1,000 bonus Best Western points per stay, for stays through November 20, 2016.

That’s a decent bonus, but I would NOT change my plans just to participate in this Best Western promotion.

Best Western Promotions 2016

Earn Bonus Best Western Points for a Stay at the Highly-Rated Best Western Plus Seaport Inn Downtown in New York City, That’s Close to Many of the City’s Popular Attractions

Here’s more about this deal.

Earn Bonus Points With This 2016 Best Western Promotion

Link:   Best Western Promotion 2016

For stays through November 20, 2016, you’ll earn 1,000 bonus Best Western points per stay at participating Best Western hotels.

All Best Western hotels in the US are included, but certain countries are excluded, like most of the Best Western Hotels in Europe.  Check the terms and conditions of the offer for details.

You must register for the promotion with your email or Best Western Rewards number.  If you aren’t already a Best Western Rewards member, you can sign-up for free here.

Bookings made through will qualify for the deal.  But reservations made through 3rd-party sites like Orbitz or Expedia will NOT earn bonus points.

You can also get up to 15% off the regular nightly rate at participating hotels with the Advanced Purchase rate.  So you can save money AND earn points!

Is This Best Western Promotion a Good Deal?

Earning bonus points is better than nothing, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to stay at a Best Western hotel for this deal.

Because other hotels chains like HiltonIHG, and Starwood, are offering fall promotions that could make more sense for you.

But if you already have a particular Best Western stay in mind, it’s certainly nice to earn a few extra points!

Plus, lots of Best Western hotels get great reviews and are more affordable than other hotels, like the Best Western Plus Seaport Inn Downtown in New York City.

Nights here in October 2016 cost ~$261 per night, including taxes and fees.  That’s a decent deal for a hotel so close to the Brooklyn Bridge and other popular New York City attractions, like the One World Observatory.

Let me know if you plan on taking advantage of this deal!

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2 responses to “Best Western’s Fall 2016 Promotion Reviewed

  1. Is there a credit card for Best Western where you can get points for signing up for the credit card and then booking room or first purchase for more points and used within a certain time frame?