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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.
- 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
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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