Save 45 Percent on 10,000 Best Western Rewards Points With Daily Getaways — May 21, 2019

You can save 45 percent on the purchase of 10,000 Best Western Rewards points — which never expire — for $55.00 through the Daily Getaways of today, Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 1:00 in the afternoon Eastern Daylight Time.

Save 45 Percent on 10,000 Best Western Rewards Points With Daily Getaways — May 21, 2019

No more than a maximum of five packages of Best Western Rewards points are permitted to be purchased through this offer per Best Western Rewards frequent guest loyalty program membership number.

The Best Western Rewards points will be deposited into your membership account within 15 days after purchasing them. Bonus points do not count toward elite status tier qualification.

All sales are final and no refunds or substitutions will be provided after the transaction is complete. Items purchased cannot be brokered, bartered, sold or altered in any way. Such offers will be voided, confiscated and/or canceled.

Each Best Western branded hotel or resort property is independently owned and operated.

Other terms and conditions — including those of the Best Western Rewards frequent guest loyalty program — apply.


Vouchers for free nights start at 8,000 Best Western Rewards points; so scoring a free night as a result of this offer is possible — but the hotel or resort property at which you would like to stay will likely require a more expensive redemption. You can also choose to redeem 6,000 of the points for a gift card worth $25.00 towards the room rate at a Best Western hotel or resort property. All of the options of redeeming Best Western Rewards points is found here.

Consider this offer if you need a quick infusion of points into your Best Western Rewards membership account.

Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

3 thoughts on “Save 45 Percent on 10,000 Best Western Rewards Points With Daily Getaways — May 21, 2019”

  1. David says:

    A heads up on the Hertz deal next week if you were going to cover it. In past years, this was an amazing deal and I purchased it several times. But Hertz just implemented (last day or two unannounced) one of the biggest devaluations I’ve ever seen (awards costs increased 50-67% across the board). The deal for next week is now completely inaccurate and misleading in its description (not their fault – Hertz did this completely underhandedly). As example, the 16,500 rewards now costs 25,000. The 13,200 reward doesn’t even exist as weekend rewards were eliminated. A lot of people try for that one but should be warned . . .

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      Thank you so much for that warning, David. I greatly appreciate it.

      Here is the article — albeit unfinished at this time:

      This will definitely change how I cover the Daily Getaway deals pertaining to Hertz next week…

  2. Richard says:

    What about people who bought “a week’s rental” last year in Daily Getaways and now now longer have a week?

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