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Get 1000 Best Western Rewards Points

Staying at Best Western? There’s an app for that.

Download the BEST WESTERN TO GO® app for iPhone or Android and you’ll get 1000 Best Western Rewards points for every stay from June 20, 2013 through September 13, 2013, booked through the app.

(HT: Loyalty Lobby)

2 Easy Steps to get 1,000 Best Western Rewards Points For Every Stay

  1. Download the BEST WESTERN TO GO®app and book a stay at Best Western
  2. Stay at a Best Western between June 20-September 13, 2013

How many points can I earn?

There is no limit to the number of 1000 booking bonuses you can earn.

The more stays you book, the more 1000 point bonuses you’ll earn.

Where do I go to download the app? 

BEST WESTERN TO GO® app for iPhone can be downloaded here.

 BEST WESTERN TO GO® app for Android can be downloaded here.

Why should I download the BEST WESTERN TO GO® app?

The BEST WESTERN TO GO® does more than allow you to make and manager your Best Western reservations.

You can use it to find restaurants, transportation, shopping, and attractions.

The app allows you to share favorite places before, during, and after your trip.

You can even send it via email.

You can even access your Tripit account.

Summary of the fine print:

  • Best Western Rewards members must residing in a participating country (country list can be found in complete terms and conditions)
  • Best Western Rewards number must be included on reservation at the time of the booking
  • Promotional period is June 20-September 30, 2013
  • Points must be selected as the earning status

The complete Terms and Conditions of the 1000 Best Western Rewards point offer can be found here.

Are you planning on downloading the Best Western To GO app?

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Monday 24th of June 2013

I'm not a big Best Western 'stayer' (is that a word?) but this definitely sounds like a decent deal. Maybe one day US/AA will resurrect Grand Slam and the points will be there for transfer! LOL

Debbie Schroeder

Tuesday 25th of June 2013

Hi Susan,

When I was in college, Best Western was my go to hotel.

That would be great if they bring back the Grand Slam. :)

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