May062019

Best Western 3,000 points each stay, register by May 7, book by May 19, stay by Sep 2 (targeted)

Best Western Rewards has a targeted flash promotion for 3,000 points per stay for stays booked by May 19 and completed by September 2, 2019. This is advertised as a BW Rewards Rush promotion and registration is required before midnight Pacific time Tuesday, May 7.

  1. Register before midnight Pacific time Tuesday, May 7, 2019. (check your email for offer. I received offer 10pm Pacific, Sun 5/5)
  2. Book by May 19, 2019.
  3. Complete stays by September 2, 2019.
  4. Earn 3,000 bonus points per stay booked between May 6-19 and completed by September 2, 2019.

This might be an enticing offer to influence my booking behavior if I were making a summer road trip in the USA. My hotel plans for summer travel in Europe were booked over the past few days. I don’t see any Best Western hotels in the places I will be visiting where this offer favors changing my plans. The short booking window through May 19 means I am unlikely to book a Best Western hotel for this offer.

Note the terms state registration must be made by 11:59MST. That is currently the same time as Pacific time. Seems like time to dump daylight savings time changes to eliminate confusion.

Best Western Rewards® 2019 3000 Bonus Points Promotion (“Promotion”)

Terms and Conditions

Best Western Rewards® members (“Member(s)”) who (a) were pre-selected by Best Western® to receive this offer via email; (b) register for the promotion through the email received by Tuesday May 7, 2019, 11:59pm MST; (c) have a valid email address listed in the Member’s account profile at the time of registration for the Promotion; (d) book travel between Monday May 6, 2019 and Sunday May 19, 2019 on bestwestern.com; (e) complete an eligible stay* by September 2, 2019 at any Best Western branded hotel worldwide, will be registered for 3000 Bonus Points Promotions and earn 3000 Bonus Points for the qualified stay.

There is no limit to the number of Best Western Rewards 3000 Bonus Point awards each Member can earn during the Promotional Period. Promotion registration and BWR® enrollment/membership required prior to the first eligible stayEligible stays completed prior to Promotion registration and BWR enrollment/membership will not count towards satisfying the Promotion requirements. BWR enrollment may be completed by visiting bestwesternrewards.com

Promotion is not valid with any other offer, promotion, or discount. No extensions, substitutions, or replacements available. Promotion is non-transferable. Promotion is subject to cancellation or change without notice. All BWR program rules apply. Visit bestwesternrewards.com for complete program terms and conditions. Please allow 14 days after the eligible stay for the Promotion points to be posted.

*An “eligible stay” for the purpose of this Promotion is defined as any stay of one or more consecutive nights at the same Best Western branded hotel where base points are awarded; with the exception of a stay booked through an online travel agency, a stay booked through a tour operator, and a stay booked at a special discounted rate (see BWR program rules for further information on eligibility criteria at bestwesternrewards.com). Only one (1) check-in/check-out permitted per eligible stay.

Each Best Western branded hotel is independently owned and operated. Best Western and the Best Western marks are service marks or registered service marks of Best Western International, Inc. ©2019 Best Western International, Inc. All rights reserved.

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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Comments

  1. Do you think the bonus points will be awarded if you elect to receive airline miles instead of Best Western points?

  2. I doubt bonus points will be awarded if choosing miles earning.

    BWR tends to keep points promotions separate from promotions for miles earners.

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