Get a $50 Gift Card After 2 Stays at Best Western
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You can get a $50 gift card when you stay 2 times at any Best Western hotel by May 18, 2014.
The $50 Best Western gift card is good at any Best Western hotel through September 1, 2014.
How to Get Your $50 Best Western Gift Card
Step 1 – Sign-Up for an Account
If you aren’t already a Best Western Rewards member, sign-up for an account.
Step 2 – Register for the Promotion
Register for the $50 gift card promotion.
Step 3 – Stay Twice
Complete 2 separate stays at any Best Western hotel.
How Long Will It Take to Get Your Gift Card?
You will be emailed your $50 gift card 2 to 3 weeks after your 2nd stay at Best Western. So make sure your current email address is updated in your Best Western account.
If you don’t have a valid email address in your account, your gift card will be sent to your mailing address within 4 to 6 weeks.Because the gift card expires September 1, 2014, it’s probably most valuable to folks who plan to stay at a Best Western this summer. If you’re unsure of your summer plans, you may be able to sell it. According to Gift Card Granny, you can expect to receive ~73% of the card’s value ( ~$36). Stack This Offer With Up to 20% Off
Best Western also has a promotion for 20% off on 2 stays through May 18, 2014. But only at some Best Western hotels. And your discount won’t always be 20%, sometimes you will only save 12%.Note: You can NOT use the $50 gift card to pay for a 20% Internet Only Rate. But you can book rooms through the 20% discounted offer to GET the $50 gift card. Bottom Line
You can get a $50 gift card after 2 separate stays at Best Western by May 18, 2014.
You may also be able to save up to 20% at some Best Western hotels. But the discount could be less than 20%.
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