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Best Western Rewards: Earn 5000 points rebate on points booking

Earn 5000 points rebate on points booking
Applicable for award nights in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Stay must be of minimum 12,000 points per night.
Stay From: September 12, 2022
Stay By: November 21, 2022
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Best Western is offering 5000 points rebate for every night booked on points. Best Western had a similar promotion a few months back.

Registration for the promotion is required.

The offer is available only for award nights booked in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. The award night should cost a minimum of 12,000 points to be eligible for this offer.

This needs to be a points only booking. Points plus Cash bookings are not eligible.

The promotion essentially gives you a discount of 5,000 points on free night booking. However, since it’s a rebate, you need to have full points in your account to make the booking.

Available for award night stay completed between September 12, 2022, and November 21, 2022.

Eligible night stays completed before promotion registration and BWR enrollment/membership will not count towards satisfying the promotion requirements.

The promotion is not valid with any other offer, promotion, or discount.


If you have Best Western Rewards points lying in your account, this is a great opportunity to get good value out of them.

This could have been a good global promotion. Unfortunately, it is available only in select regions.

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