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There is a pretty cool hotel promotion going on right now that won’t help all of us, but that could be very valuable to those with Best Western points. Best Western usually charges tens of thousands of points per night for many of their properties, but via a promo that is running from November 1, 2017 – January 31, 2018, those who register for their fall promotion can stay at any Best Western property in North America for a flat 10,000 points per night.
Best Western may not have the fanciest hotels on the planet, but they do have some properties in lots of popular and pricey locations including New York City, Honolulu, Maui, Palm Springs, Napa, Miami, Vancouver, Winter Park, and beyond.
If you were fortuitous enough to buy Best Western points during the annual Daily Getaways sale this year then you paid just $55 for 10,000 Best Western Rewards points that you can now use at any Best Western property in North America such as the Best Western Premier Harold Square in New York that sells for several hundred dollars per night or even somewhere more off the beaten path like the Best Western Premier Helena Great Northern Hotel in Montana. That is a fantastic deal!
If you want to purchase Best Western points directly from Best Western they are $10 per 1,000 points, though I have read that they have capped purchases to 5,000 points during this promotion. Outside of Diner’s Club, Best Western doesn’t really have any transfer partners to speak of either since they left the Amex Membership Rewards program a few years ago, so unless I am missing something, this promo is really only for those who actually have Best Western points, a Diner’s Club Card, or earn them before the promo ends. The promo is also awarding double Best Western points through the end of November 2017.
Have you been able to jump on this fantastic flat rate award offer to lock in a hotel for just 10,000 points per night?
Thanks to Award Travel 101 for spotting this deal!
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