You can check your Best Western Rewards points balance by signing into your Best Western Rewards account online or through the Best Western mobile app. You can also see how many Best Western Rewards points you have by calling customer service at (800) 237-8483.
How to Check Your Best Western Rewards Points Balance
Online: Sign into your online account. The number of points you have will be listed on the "My Account" page.
Best Western mobile app: The number of points you have will be listed on your "Account" page.
By phone: If you have any questions about your points balance, you can call Best Western Rewards at (800) 237-8483.
Best Western points do not expire as long as the Best Western account is open and in good standing. The only time Best Western points expire is when you or Best Western closes the account without first redeeming unused rewards.
Even though Best Western points do not expire, it’s still a good idea to avoid building up a big Best Western rewards balance because that would make you more vulnerable to rewards devaluation.
If you’re trying to choose a hotel rewards program and are concerned about rewards expiration policies, you can see how the Best Western points expiration policy compares to other popular companies’ policies in the table below.
Best Western Points Expiration vs. The Competition
You can check your Best Western Credit Card application status by calling (888) 530-3626. Simply listen to the automated menu options to check your application status and enter your personal information when prompted.
Some applicants may receive an instant decision, immediately after submitting their Best Western Credit Card application. If the issuer needs to review your application in further detail, you will be informed of their decision within 10 business days.… read full answer
In case your application is rejected, you will be sent a letter detailing the reasons. You can request reconsideration by calling (888) 530-3626. Just make sure to review the reasons for your initial denial and be prepared to make your case with a representative.
Best Western loyalty program works by offering multiple benefits to it's members.
The Best Western loyalty program is called Best Western Rewards. Nearly 30 million travelers are members of the brand's program.
Ranging from budget friendly to high end, Best Western Rewards is used by 18 unique hotel brands such as: Best Western, Vib, Glo, Sadie, Aiden, WorldHotels Luxury or SureStay.… read full answer
There are five tier levels: Blue, Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Diamond Select. You need to accumulate 50 nights, or 40 stays, or 50,000 points to get Diamond Select status while Gold status comes after just 10 nights, or 7 stays or 10,000 points in a calendar year. If you reach Diamond Select tier you get 50% bonus points for eligible stay. With Gold status you get only 10% bonus points. One thing to note is that you can enjoy your current tier level up to January 2022 for all the tier levels except Blue. That means no downgrades until January 2022.
Some of the benefits that are offered throughout all tier levels are:
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