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UPDATE 6:35pm: Today’s deal is sold out, but some previous offers are still available.


A hotel-heavy week 2 of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways kicks off with an opportunity to stock up on Best Western Rewards points at just 0.55 cents each. Not interested in Best Western? IHG points and Wyndham points plus passes to Busch Gardens and SeaWorld are still available for purchase. And, Omni hotels, Universal Studios, Caesars Entertainment and Loews Hotels packages are coming up later this week.

Best Western Daily Getaways

Today’s Deal: Packages of 10,000 Best Western Rewards points costing 0.55 cents per point

Deals available: 835 packages of 10,000 points

Maximum Quantity per Purchase: 5 packages of 10,000 points each

Timing: The deal goes live at 1pm ET today

Expiration: Points will be subject to Best Western’s point expiration policy. Currently, Best Western points do not expire.

Link: Here’s the link to today’s offer.

TPG doesn’t have a valuation for Best Western points, but we find that you can get between 0.5 and 0.8 cents per point when redeeming for hotel rooms. This deal lets you purchase at a rate of 0.55 cents per point, which is on the better end of the value range.

If you’ve got a specific stay in mind, it’s worth checking out the cost in points to see if buying points will be better than booking the hotel on a paid stay. Or, if you travel often and don’t mind a stay at a Best Western property, you’re likely to get some value out of these points on some future booking.

I fall in this later group, so I’ll be stocking up on some points. It helps that I have Best Western Diamond status from a match, and I currently have a retention offer to get 7x ThankYou Points per dollar spent on flights, hotels, car rentals and travel on my Citi Prestige Card. (Daily Getaways purchases typically code as Travel Agents).

Featured image courtesy of Best Western Posada Royale.

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