Best Western Rewards Stay 1 Night Get 1 Night Free (Targeted)

by on February 11, 2013 · 12 comments

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Best Western Rewards launched a targeted email promo where when you complete one qualifying stay at a Best Western-branded hotel between February 11-April 14, 2013, you get a voucher for a free night to be used on or before June 30, 2013, at Best Westerns-branded hotels in the US, Canada or the Caribbean.

The promo was targeted to email recipients, but might as well try registering.

The promo was targeted to email recipients, but might as well try registering.

You can register here with your Best Western Rewards Membership number or your email address. The promo says it is for members who have been pre-selected to participate in the promo and received an email from Best Western Rewards, but you might as well try registering and seeing if it works since a free night is nothing to shrug off.

Per the terms and conditions, a “qualified stay” is defined as one or more consecutive nights at the same Best Western-branded hotel at a rate eligible for earning points or airline/partner rewards. Only one check-in/check-out is permitted per qualified stay.

“Free night voucher redemption subject to hotel availability. Free night voucher redemption reservation must be completed by calling 18005674009. If a valid email address has been provided in the Member’s account profile, the free night voucher may be sent electronically to the valid email address 23 weeks from completion of the qualified stay. Otherwise, a paper voucher will be mailed to the address provided (on the Member’s account profile) 46 weeks from the completion of the qualified stay.”

Use your free night voucher at a higher-end property for a better return on your dollar.

Use your free night voucher at a higher-end property for a better return on your dollar.

While this isn’t like the Hyatt Faster Free nights or even 50,000+ Carlson bonanzas of yesteryear, it’s something decent in a sea of bland hotel promos.

For those of you who didn’t receive the email, leave a comment below if you were able to register successfully.
Hat tip @@fotograaf on Twitter!

Stay Three, Stay Free

Best Western also launched a non-targeted promotion called Stay Three, Stay Free.

If you aren’t able to get in on the targeted deal, Best Western also launched its “Stay Three, Stay Free” promotion today lasting until April 14, 2013. During this time period if you are a Best Western Rewards member, you register for this promotion and you stay with the chain three separate times, you will earn a voucher for a free night at any Best Western hotel in the U.S., Canada, or the Caribbean to  be redeemed any time before June 30, 2013.

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  • Jerry

    I’m Canadian, BW Diamond (via status match), and was able to register successfully without getting an email. I’m hoping for someone to try it before I book a BW hotel speculatively :)

    But that’s one fast-expiring free night vs. Carlson’s last “Stay 1 Earn 1″ free promotion where free night expires end of 2013. And Marriott’s “Stay 2 Earn 1″ may be better for some as well.

  • Thomas

    Not targeted. No status, but still able to register, apparently.

  • Mikes

    I don’t have an email at the moment, but was (apparently) able to register: “Thank you for registering for this Best Western promotion.” We almost got burnt by Wyndham on the last one, so no speculative bookings here. However, we were already planning a weekend in Durango CO around April 1st and had already picked a BW for it’s pool area.

  • Artvndlay

    I also did not have an email but seemed to be successfully registered. In addition, when I tried to register for their standard offer (Stay 3 separate times, get one night) I got an error message suggesting my first registration went through. “Member cannot register for multiple promos from same category”

  • Jan

    I could sign up too but since the t&c limit the promotion to those targeted, is there any way to find out if it worked?

  • Shawn

    Off topic, but where did the post on Koh Samui disappear to? Went to read it this morning and it was gone.

  • Brandon

    Called customer service. They made me read them the whole address

    Which was a major pain giving them every capitol, and symbol. They asked for my best western membership number and confirmed that I had registered for the promotion, but they are going to be shutting this one down really quick. The targeted email was for those with inactive Best Western accounts, so get on this one ASAP!

  • StevenS

    No targeted – just joined yesterday as we needed a hotel near the Southern Rim of the Grand Canyon – but the registration went thru.. Thanks.

  • dee seiffer

    Thanks for this, Brian! It is perfect because I’m in Boulder, CO staying at a Best Western because my son had surgery yesterday. I needed to extend my stay a few more nights to stay to take care of him post-op. I registered last night (Monday) and called today to book. The reservationist transferred me to a Rewards CSA because she didn’t know anything about the stay 1, get 1 promo. The Rewards CSA saw the registration in my account and said as long as I booked via the BW web site, I’d get my reward via email. The on-line price was less than what the reservations CSA quoted me. I was not targeted, but got the deal anyway.

  • Carol

    Just registered for Promo after signing up for a Best Western account.

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  • disqus_mKKd3DjjEm

    I made a reservation at Best Western through the correct online process to take advantage of there promotion for the free night. I complete the stay, and was told I would receive the certificate in an e-mail within three weeks. So, five weeks later and three phone calls, I still have no certificate. And I’m giving up. BW will not see any of my money ever again.

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