Best Western Easy 1,750 AAdvantage Miles Offer

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Loyalty Lobby highlighted that Best Western has an easy promotion going on right now where you can earn 1,750 AAdvantage miles after just one stay.

The details are simple in that all you need to do is register first, have American Airlines set as your earning preference and stay between October 1 and December 31, 2014. The base miles earned are 250, and 1,500 are bonus so a total of 1,750.

Here’s a link to register.

Here are the Terms & Conditions:

Best Western Rewards members who (a) have chosen American Airlines AAdvantage® miles as their
earning preference; (b) register for the Promotion between October 1, 2014, and December 31, 2014
(“Promotion Period”); and (c) complete a qualified stay* at any Best Western® branded hotel during the
Promotion Period will earn 1,500 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage® miles for the first qualified stay.
Bonus miles are awarded in addition to the 250 base miles awarded for each qualified stay. BEST
WESTERN REWARDS ENROLLMENT (EXISTING OR NEW), PROMOTION REGISTRATION, AND
SELECTION OF AMERICAN AIRLINES AADVANTAGE PROGRAM AS EARNING PREFERENCE
REQUIRED PRIOR TO THE FIRST QUALIFIED STAY. Enrollment in the Best Western Rewards
Program and registration for the Promotion can be completed at bestwestern.com/aapromo2.
*A “qualified stay” for the purpose of this Promotion is defined as one or more consecutive nights at the
same Best Western branded hotel at a rate eligible for earning points or airline/partner rewards through
Best Western Rewards. Only one check-in/check-out permitted per stay. Qualified stays which take
place during the Promotion Period but have a check-out date that overlaps with the ending of the
Promotion Period will be counted towards the Promotion.
Promotion may not be valid with other offers, promotions, or discounts. Promotion is subject to
cancellation or chan

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