Money for a Rainy Day
Winter may have arrived, but that shouldn’t keep you from a relaxing getaway. Book two consecutive nights at a San Luis Obispo lodging property of your choice, and we’ll throw in a $100 Visa Gift Card* for you to spend as you choose. Cozy up at a warm café or wine bar, make new friends at several local craft breweries, indulge in award-winning cuisine, shop our charming downtown, or catch a live show. We hope we’ll see you soon!
Rules & Restrictions
STEP 1 - Email your lodging confirmation to [email protected] to receive a promotion confirmation letter (emailed).
STEP 2 - Bring all 3 items noted below to the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (895 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401).
- Promotion confirmation letter (printed or digital accepted)
- Your lodging confirmation showing proof of booking and travel dates (both must be between January 15, 2017 and March 31, 2017)
- Hotel room key
STEP 3 - You’ll receive a $100 Visa Gift Card from Visitor Center staff to spend how you choose!
*Valid on new bookings only for travel dates between January 15, 2017 - March 31, 2017. Visitor must send proof of purchase to [email protected] to reserve this promotion prior to their travel dates, then show proof of purchase and room key to San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center staff to pick up $100 Visa Gift Card. Guests must send their booking confirmation and get approved for the promotion before their travel dates. Gift cards will not be mailed and must be picked up in person during the time of your stay at the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center, 895 Monterey St, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401. Offer limited to first 470 reservations to claim. Some exclusions, including blackout dates of February 17-19, apply. For questions regarding this offer, email [email protected]. One (1) Visa Gift Card per 2-night stay. Three (3) Visa Gift Cards maximum. Offer cannot be combined with any other offers. $100 Visa Gift Card expires. Check date on front of card and use the entire balance before expiration date to avoid forfeiting remaining balance.