Tuesday’s Daily Getaways’ offer is a lone soul- just one deal for discounted Best Western rewards points. These packages have been available for the last couple years, though I’m not sure I’m going to bite on this. This year’s release is the same as last year, with 835 packages of 10,000 points available. Remember, if you’re wanting to buy this, deals go live at 1pm ET.
- 10,000 points deposited in your Best Western Rewards account
- 835 packages available
- Points never expire
- Max purchase of 5 per loyalty number
There’s definitely value to be had with Best Western, but the cash rates at their hotels are often quite low. Couple this with their lack of published award chart, and variable redemption rates at anywhere between 8,000 to 36,000 points per night, and you could easily find yourself holding the negative end of the stick. I don’t stay often at Best Western hotels, though Dan Miller did in Indianapolis and had a decent time, despite his nearly-impossible-to-achieve success with their best rate guarantee.
Has anyone bought into this before? What did you use the points for?
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