Oct052017

Best Western $100 per 1,000 points redemption rate in San Francisco

The primary purpose of this article is to share the current Best Western Rewards promotion for members to redeem one reward night for 10,000 points from Nov 1, 2017 to Jan 31, 2018 for any Best Western hotel in the USA and Canada.

When I wrote about this offer on September 18 the 10,000 points reward rates were not yet bookable. These 10K reward nights are now bookable.

Best Western 2x points Sep 18-Nov 30 + Free Night for 10K Points Nov 1-Jan 31, 2018

My plan is to combine a free night in San Francisco at a Best Western along with redeeming a free night at Hyatt I earned with the Hyatt Visa for a 2-night city stay.

I randomly selected Tue Nov 7 to verify Best Western Rewards rates are 10,000 points per night.

BW 10K reward nights

There are currently only two Best Western hotels in the city of San Francisco.

Best Western Premier Collection The Cartwright Hotel – Union Square

Best Western Plus Americania

Fancy getting $100+ per 1,000 points redemption value with BWR?

The shocker came when I checked for room type at Best Western Premier Cartwright Hotel Union Square to see King Bed standard room availability for 10,000 points.

BW Cartwright SF Union Square rates

The published rate shown below the reward rate for Nov 7 is $999.00 per night. That comes out to $1,163.29 after tax.

BW Cartwright Union Square SF $1163

I assumed this was a Best Western website glitch until I checked Expedia to see many other hotels around the city are priced in the $500 to $800 price range for that night. I don’t know what is happening in San Francisco on that date, but this is an incredible redemption value for Best Western.

Starwood Hotels in San Francisco are over $1000 too on Tue Nov 7.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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