Wyndham Barclaycard Increased Signup Bonuses

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Barclaycard has brought back the excellent signup bonus they had at the end of 2016 on their Wyndham Rewards Visa Signature Card. Interestingly, although there are two credit cards, both have the same name: the Wyndham Rewards Visa Card. What differentiates them is the fact that one has an annual fee of $75 and the other one has no annual fee. Both versions of the cards have had their signup bonuses increased as part of this current offer.

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Enhanced Signup Bonus

The enhanced bonuses can be quite lucrative with the bonus on the card with the annual fee is enough for 3 nights at any Wyndham property. The signup bonuses are as follows:

  • Annual fee card: 30,000 points after the first purchase, plus an additional 15,000 points after spending $2,000 in the first 90 days of opening the account
  • No annual fee card: 15,000 points after the first purchase plus an additional 3,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days of opening the account.

How The Cards Stack Up

As is to be expected, the card with the annual fee has better perks and benefits, but whether you think they are worth it depends on your stay patterns.

Wyndham Rewards Visa Card Comparison


This is a great offer, in light of the changes to the Wyndham Rewards Loyalty Program, where the company stunned the hotel world by pricing all award stays at their 7,800 properties at the same price, 15,000 points per night. Whether you choose to spend your points at a Travelodge or at a luxury property in the Caribbean, it will all cost the same. This great pricing policy was brought in along with other changes and new membership levels in May 2016. Have you decided where you would like to spend 45,000 Wyndham Rewards Points?

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  • it seems that one can have more than one of the same card here. I just received a second card including the bonus.

  • Not a keeper-card, but 3 free nights are 3 free nights; seems well worth the $75 to me.

  • I am always looking at other reward programs. this is worth a closer look for the 3 nights. Do they have a high end hotel worth redeeming at is the question

  • The annual fee card sounds like the best offer for a stay at the Wyndham. I have heard good things about the chain and I am looking for a travel card to earn more points! Since I travel often this could be a money saver with the bonus points. I will consider this as one of the next travel cards I sign up for when I compare this card to the other types out there.

  • Can you downgrade to the no annual fee after points post?

  • 3 free nights at any property make this bonus offer a winner

  • Wyndham has some great private residences that cost 15k per bedroom per night

  • The original card had two points per dollar on all spending. The new one does not.

  • I rather stay in motel6 then wyndham, bad quality chain

  • I’m looking for a 4th july stay next year already and Wyndham is one of them. This could be the thing for me! Though like you said I need to look at my overall stays and see if it’s worth it getting another card. Interesting about their pricing for nights. I’m going to have to poke around their website a little more to see the benefits. Thank you for the heads up!