Published on February 14th, 2020 | by William Charles6
Best Western: Stay Two Nights & Get Your Next Night Free (On a Future Stay)
- Stay two nights or more with Best Western between February 18 and April 20, 2020 in United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands and get a free night to use on a future stay
The Fine Print
- Best Western Rewards® members (“Member(s)”) who (a) register for the Promotion (either on bestwestern.com/rewardsrush1 or as otherwise permitted (e.g., at the front desk of any Best Western® branded hotel in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands), (b) stay two (2) eligible nights* between Tuesday, February 18, 2020 and Monday, April 20, 2020 (“Promotion Period”) at a Best Western branded hotel in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean Islands, and (c) have a valid email address listed in the Member’s account profile at the time of registration for the Promotion, will earn a free night voucher redeemable at any Best Western branded hotel in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands.
- There is a limit of one (1) free night voucher a Member can earn during the Promotion Period. Promotion registration and Best Western Rewards enrollment/membership required prior to the first eligible night applied to the Promotion. Eligible nights completed prior to Promotion registration and Best Western Rewards enrollment/membership will not count towards satisfying the Promotion requirements. Best Western Rewards enrollment may be completed by visiting bestwesternrewards.com.
- The free night voucher will expire 70 days after fulfillment. Expiration date will be stated on the free night voucher. Free night voucher redemption reservation must be completed by calling 1(800) 567-4009. Free night voucher can be redeemed at any Best Western branded hotel in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean Islands. Free night voucher redemption subject to hotel availability.
Relatively good promotion, although the free night voucher expires 70 days after it’s issued so that might make it difficult to use for some readers.