Best Western UK: 22% Discount on the Flexible Rate For Stays in All of 2022

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Best Western Hotels currently has a Things Can Change promotion going, giving you a 22% discount on the flexible rate for stays in 172 Best Western hotels in the UK. This promotion runs until January 23, 2022 09:59 CET for stays until December 31, 2022.

Best Western 22 Promo
If the promotion is not awesome by itself, at least make it flashy.

While this offer is a neat opportunity to book in advance without risking money, it comes with two limitations: The first is you need to stay at least two nights to get the discounted rate. The second is a bit worse – while the travel period is officially quite generous, not all hotels are available, all the time.

For example, we checked several and found that will properties in cities like Birmingham or Derby show great availability during the entire year, properties like the Best Western Bournemouth stop offering the rate from April onwards – quite a huge blockout.

Best Western Price Comparison
Look for the Things Can Change rate.

Another quirk is that Best Western does not display the final price for the discounted rate in this preview. We have checked several hotels and dates. The discounted rated is usually £2-3 more expensive than the cheapest available rate for a two night stay. This is quite a fair price, since the cheapest rate is prepaid and not refundable.

Cancellation deadlines vary from hotel to hotel, but generally you can get your money back by cancelling a couple of days before your first night.

Best Western Rewards members can earn points with this rate.

Bottom Line

Neat little promotion by Best Western, effectively lowering the price of the flexible rate to the level of the cheapest, prepaid, non-refundable rate. While the travel period seems to be generous, there are some noteworthy exceptions that offer the attractive Things Can Change rate only for a couple of months – instead of the entire year as promised. In general, it is a decent opportunity to strike a bargain without risking any money.

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