It’s back: Stay two nights, get one free with Best Western

Feb 13, 2020

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Best Western has just unveiled its newest promotion, valid between Feb. 18 and April 20, 2020. Members who register will receive a free night after staying just two eligible nights at Best Western hotels in the U.S., Canada or the Caribbean.

This is a fairly generous promotion and one we’ve seen several times from Best Western. Though you won’t find too many luxury properties within Best Western’s portfolio, it should be fairly simple for you to find cheap stays. The best part about this? You can use your free night voucher at any Best Western property in the U.S., Canada or the Caribbean.

For example, you can book the GLo Best Western Brooklyn for just $93 a night.

Within two to three weeks of completing your two nights, you’ll receive your free voucher via email, which is valid for 70 days after it’s issued. You’ll need to have a valid email address on file.

Then, you’ll be able to use it for something like the Best Western Plus Hospitality House, where a paid night after taxes can exceed $500:

That’s an awesome return on investment. Here are additional terms to be aware of:

  • This promotion is limited to one free night voucher per member
  • To redeem your free night, call Best Western reservations at 800-567-4009
  • Your two nights can be consecutive at the same hotel, or at different hotels
  • You must register for the promotion prior to your first eligible night (either through your Best Western account online or by registering at the front desk)

If you’re planning Best Western stays anyway, this is a decent promotion from an underrated rewards program.

Featured photo courtesy of Best Western.

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