Best Western Rewards offers up to four $25 Travel Cards


Best Western Rewards has launched a new promotion offering members US$25 gift cards. Members in Australia and New Zealand can earn one gift card for each night spent in a Best Western Hotel.

Members are able to receive a gift card for up to 4 nights. As a result, you can earn up to $US100 from this promotion.

Offer Details

  • Offer: Get a $25 Gift Card every night you stay. (Get up to $100 in Gift Cards after 4 nights.)
  • Dates: 14 September – 19 October 2020
  • Who is eligible: Open to ALL new and existing BWR members in Australia & New Zealand
  • Registration: BWR members must register prior to departure on their first stay.

There are a few things to keep in mind about the card. Firstly, the card is issued in US dollars. As a result, is worth more than $25 Australian Dollars.

Secondly, the card is issued as a electronic card. As a result, Best Western will send the card by email to you. All going well, this will arrive in your inbox within two weeks of your stay.

One of the nice features of the card is that you can use it at any Best Western hotel worldwide. On top of that, even if you can’t use it yourself, it is transferable to another member.

Having said that, you won’t have very long to use the card. They cards will last approximately six months, and will have an expiry date of 31 March 2021.


Best Western ran a similar promotion earlier this year. However, in that case, you could only earn one card. This time around, you can gain up to 4 cards – although that does require you to stay 4 nights.

In comparison to other chains, Best Western has a reasonable footprint across regional areas. As such, this could be a good offer for Best Western Rewards members that are currently travelling around various regional areas.

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.