Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Check out these regional tourism board offers for hotel stays across Canada - receive free gift cards, discounts & more

 
Regional and city tourism boards are always looking at ways of attracting visitors to their part of the country by offering various incentives and promotions. One such incentive has been to provide some sort of promotion like providing gift cards for booking and staying at hotels in that said region or city. This type of promotion has seen increased popularity in Canada ever since one of early trendsetters started it off many years ago. That trendsetter was Tourism Vancouver  and Vancouver Hotel Destination Association who launched BeVancouver as early as 2015. Now known as StayVancouverHotels we see them run their gift card offers for stays in the Vancouver region several times per year and it is back for this summer. Vancouver is not the only region however running promotions right now. In fact at the time of posting we here at Rewards Canada were aware of five offers across Canada and are sure there are even more.

So if you are still planning some summer vacations and even early fall vacations here are the offers to check out from these tourism boards:

Image via Tourism Outaouais
Gatineau

Tourism Outaouais is offering a $100 Visa prepaid card when you book and stay three or more nights at their participating hotels in Gatineau.  The gift card is good for use at participating merchants in downtown Gatineau. This offer is good for new bookings until October 31, 2021 Click here to learn more about and book this offer.

Image via London Tourism

London, Ontario

London Tourism is offering a $100 Visa prepaid card when you book and stay two or more nights at  participating hotels in London.  The Visa prepaid card can be used anywhere Visa is accepted. This offer must be booked by November 30 for stays until December 31 Click here to learn more about and book this offer. (Thanks to Harry B. for the details on this one!)

Image via Ottawa Tourism
 
Ottawa

Ottawa Tourism has brought back their Ottawa Experience Pass for 2021 that provides up to $200 in value for use at select Ottawa restaurants, activities, attractions and more. Simply book 2 or more nights at a participating hotel through Ottawa Tourism and stay by October 9 to get the pass. The restaurant offers save you as much as $50 off your dining bill while you can get free or discounted admission to many museums and much more. Click here to learn more about and book this offer.

Image via Quebec City Tourism
 

Quebec City

Quebec City Tourism is offering a $75 gift card when you book and stay two or more nights at participating hotels in Quebec City.  The gift card is good for use at participating businesses in Qu├ębec City and Area. This offer is good for new bookings until October 11, 2021 Click here to learn more about and book this offer.

 

Image via Tourism Ricmond

Richmond B.C.

Tourism Richmond is offering up to $325 in American Express prepaid cards when you stay at select hotels in the Richmond area. Depending on which hotel you book you'll receive a $75, $100 or $125 Amex card for the first night and then an additional $50 per night for each additional night up to 5 nights in total. This offer is good for new bookings made by August 9 and completed by September 15, 2021 Click here to learn more about and book this offer.

Image via StayVancouverHotels

Vancouver

Here we have the return of the offer that started it all. With the Vancouver offer you can receive up to $175 in Visa gift cards for your  Vancouver stay. The first night will earn you a $50, $75, $100 or $125 card depending on which hotel you book. Then you can earn an additional $50 Visa gift card per night for up to two additional nights. This offer is good for new bookings made by August 3 and completed by September 6, 2021 Click here to learn more about and book this offer. 

Do you know of any other city or regional tourism board offers for stays that we haven't listed here? Let us know in the comments section below and we'll add them to this post.

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