Kirkland’s “Stay & Play” Launches This Week, Runs Through February 28
Published on November 23, 2022
Communications Program Manager
KIRKLAND, Wash. – The City of Kirkland is bringing back its community currency program, “Kirkland Ca$h,” for the holiday season. Kirkland Ca$h is a dollar-for-dollar certificate program aimed at promoting tourism and supporting the local economy by providing an incentive for visitors to stay and play in Kirkland while assisting locally owned businesses.
“We are thrilled to be doing a second run of Kirkland Ca$h this holiday season to support our local economy,” said Councilmember Kelli Curtis. “Small Business Saturday is November 26, and now is a perfect time to take advantage of this program to enjoy a stay in Kirkland while supporting local business. Our small businesses create our uniquely wonderful Kirkland and are the heart of the community that we all know and love. The ‘Stay and Play’ program helps us toward our goal of a thriving, diverse, and business-friendly economy.”
The “Stay and Play” promotion runs now through February 28, 2023. Guests who book a stay at participating hotels through designated links on the hotel websites will receive up to $100 in Kirkland Ca$h to spend at participating businesses, including restaurants, retail stores, and services. Hotel guests who do not book through the designated booking links will also have a chance to receive a $25 certificate by signing up for the City’s Events Guide newsletter. Hotel stays must take place between November 21, 2022, and February 28, 2023. Kirkland Ca$h certificates that are distributed as part of the “Stay and Play” promotion have an expiration date of June 30, 2023.
Upon check-in at the hotel, the Kirkland Ca$h certificate will be issued to the guest in digital form and print form if desired. Consumers bearing Kirkland Ca$h need only to present the certificates to participating businesses as if they are cash at the time of purchase. The certificate code will be easily redeemed by participating Kirkland businesses.
For more information on Kirkland Ca$h, please visit KirklandCash.com.