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Daily Getaways returns today to begin week 2 of the U.S. Travel Association’s annual promotion. On sale from 1 pm Eastern, today’s offering is 15,000 Wyndham Points for $150, enough for a free night in any of the 7500+ properties attached to the points program.
For those of you not in the know, Daily Getaways is a promotion run by the U.S. Travel Association to promote domestic tourism. Running for five weeks from April 4 and finishing on May 4, it offers discounted reward points, hotel stays, loyalty status and vouchers.
Unsold offerings are available to purchase up until May 13, but with a limited supply. The best promotions sell out quick, so if you are interested in a deal, you should buy as soon as they go on sale.
Although not all of the promotions are worth shelling out your hard earned cash for, there are a few that present top value. And depending on your location and travel plans, I think today’s is one of them.
Under Wyndham’s radically revamped rewards program, 15,000 points can be redeemed at any of Wyndham’s listed properties. And although Wyndham brands include some hotels you’d be unlikely to stay in if they paid you $150, there are some great opportunities if you are looking to get away for a weekend this summer.
These five examples from the Dolce Hotels and Resorts®, Wingate®, and Wyndham Grand® brands will give you a sample of the value of these points:
Every hotel above can be redeemed for the $150 worth of points you pick up. This promotion allows you to buy up to 30,000 points in total so you can get two nights at any of these hotels which, to me, is a great value spend.
Purchased points are valid for up to four years, although no account activity for 18 months sees the validity period shortened.
Get in quick, stocks are limited, and it's first come first serve.
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