Best Western isn’t the most popular loyalty program out there as they don’t really have any aspirational properties but they are located about everywhere and are popular in particular for those that like to visit National Parks for nearby hotel options. The program pretty consistently offers promotions, and Best Western just revealed the details of its upcoming offer for stays this fall.

Best Western Rewards has opened registration for its next promotion, valid for stays between September 18 and November 20, 2023, at any Best Western branded property in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean. With this promotion, you can earn 5,000 bonus points after every two nights (whether separate or consecutive), up to a total of 20,000 bonus points (which you’d earn after completing eight eligible nights).

Registration is available by logging into your Best Western Rewards account, going to the “Offers” tab, and then going to the “Special Offers” section.

Don’t forget to stack by using a portal such as Rakuten before booking on the hotel landing page.


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