Earn Up To 15,000 Bonus Wyndham Rewards Points (Through September 1, 2018)

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Wyndham Rewards has announced a promotion giving you up to 15,000 bonus points for two stays, when paying with Masterpass. You earn 7,500 bonus points per stay, although earning from the promotion is capped at 2 stays, which will earn you 15,000 points—enough for a free night at any Wyndham property.

Double dip with a spouse/significant other and you've got a weekend away worth of points.

Key Terms

  • You need to book by August 31, 2018
  • Promotion is valid for stays through September 1, 2018
  • You can earn a maximum of 15,000 bonus with the promotion

One thing to be aware of in the fine print of the promotion’s terms and conditions is that “There are a limited number of bonus points available for this promotional offer-we may change or cancel this promotion at any time.”

With a clause like that, there is a chance that this promotion will not be around for too long since it does provide reasonable value.

How It Works

The promotion is pretty straightforward, all you need to do is the following:

  • Sign in to your Wyndham Rewards account
  • Sign up for Masterpass
  • Book and pay for your stay with Masterpass to earn your bonus

Our Take

With nights at low-end Wyndham properties pricing under $60, picking up 15,000 points for under $120 can be a tremendous value. Remember if you want to top up your Wyndham points the Wyndham Rewards Visa Signature Card has a sign-up bonus of up to 45,000 points or enough for three free nights.

If you want to take advantage of this promotion we'd recommend you get to it. Because of the clause limiting the number of points available and the promotion being potentially very lucrative, this promotion could end faster than it is scheduled to run.

Source: One Mile At A Time

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  • I totally forgot about getting points annually from the credit card, but 15k just hit my account for doing nothing

  • it looks like Wyndham points are not much in demand

  • it seems Wyndham points are not necessarily the big winner

  • Steered my company to book two stays at a Days Inn, but it appears that either I needed to make the booking myself, or the Wyndham app needed to support MasterPass. The app allows for “Visa Checkout” or “creditcard” as default payment options, but MasterPass is not present. I have an iPhone, so using masterpass via android / google play also seems impossible.

    Therefore, as far as I can tell, unless I booked the room myself, I’ll not be able to participate in this promo. I’ve otherwise signed up a citi mastercard in the masterpass program; and I’ve assigned that card to be my default payment option in the Wyndham app.

    A bit annoyed since Days Inn is lousy – definitely a step-down

  • Anyone ever have any luck with getting stay credit on a Wyndham no-show?

  • Wyndham Rewards unfortunately just doesn’t seem that appealing to me. I suppose though it depends on who the dominant chains are in locations you usually stay. For my travel pattern it isn’t Wyndham.

  • 2 stays for 1 night free is not bad at all.

  • I love Wyndham and this would be awesome. If you use the masterpass online with them then do you think they would require to see it on your cell at the hotel or the actual credit card? Since I cannot pay with my cell at a store I don’t sign up for masterpass and the visa equivalent, therefore I am not too familiar how it works with a hotel.

  • Too bad it requires Masterpass

  • I figured that the system of 15K points per night at any hotel would have collapsed by now, as people only spend points at the really nice hotels.

    But I guess people have different needs.

  • I’m on the fence about Wyndham. Perhaps if they push out a few more offers like this it will be worthwhile to be loyal to this group

  • Nice promotion, the only problem is the short notice for some summer stays.

  • Bernard Say says:

    This is a nice and easy promo. Everyone should do this.

  • I’m loving the advise here to double dip, we will move some existing stays to them just to get a free weekend away.

  • Like this promo, easy to achieve the free night.

  • Wyndham rewards points seem to have lesser value than SPG starpoints, however still a great bonus for potential free nights in the future.

  • Buy 1 get 1 free = decent promotion.

  • Very nice promo – free night after 2 nights!!

  • Check out the Wyndham in Kauai. It’s worth 15K points and more.

  • Not a big fan of Wyndham either – but with the Promo i might change my mind on that!

  • Wyndham rightfully gets mocked for places like Knights Inn, etc. And redeeming 15K in points at a Days Inn is just silly. But there are a handful of really valuable pieces, especially location wise.

  • I am not a big fan of Wyndham, I would have preferred SPG.