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Best Western Rewards® members can earn up to $100 in Best Western gift cards
As summer travel commences, Best Western Hotels & Resorts (Best Western) is giving members of its award winning loyalty program – Best Western Rewards® (BWR®) – the chance to cash in on their stays at Best Western-branded hotels across the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. From May 22, 2023, to September 4, 2023, BWR members who stay two nights (two one-night stays or one two-night stay) will earn a $50 Best Western gift card; members can take advantage of this promotion twice to earn up to $100 in Best Western gift cards during the length of the promotion. BWR members must register for the offer prior to the completion of their first eligible stay, either on bestwestern.com/rewardsrush1 or at the hotel directly.
The BWR program's perks are driven by Best Western's commitment to caring for its guests and inspiring travel through one-of-a-kind experiences. Best Western gift cards earned through this promotion can be used for stays at any Best Western-branded hotel in the United States, Canada and Caribbean before November 30, 2023. As one of the only major hotel companies that awards promotional gift cards truly worth their displayed value, and not a promotional value that translates to loyalty points, BWR members who take advantage of this attractive promotion can use their $50 or $100 Best Western gift card to book room nights directly on bestwestern.com. Additionally, BWR points, which are awarded for participating stays, are not only valuable for earning free room nights at Best Western-branded hotels, but they can also be redeemed for Mastercard and Amazon gift cards; gifted to friends and loved ones in the form of a Best Western gift card; or donated to nonprofit organizations working to solve critical problems, such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the American and Canadian Red Cross.