Current Wyndham Promotion: Get up to 15,000 Bonus Points with Qualifying Stays Current Wyndham Promotion: Get up to 15,000 Bonus Points with Qualifying Stays

Current Wyndham Promotion: Get up to 15,000 Bonus Points with Qualifying Stays

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Wyndham Rewards just launched an excellent new promotion. Members will earn 7,500 bonus Wyndham points after completing two qualifying stays.  That's enough points to book a free night at certain Wyndham properties. That means you can potentially “stay twice and earn a free night” — which is exactly how Wyndham is promoting this promotion.

Even better, this promotion can be earned twice (15,000 bonus points after 4 stays). There's no minimum stay for this promotion, making this promotion excellent for an upcoming summer road trip. Let's take a look at the details.

Earn 7,500 Bonus Wyndham Points Promotion

Wyndham Rewards 7,500 Bonus Points Promo

  • First, you will need to register for this promotion before booking your first stay.
  • Book two qualifying stays before September 2, 2022. Your stays must both be completed before September 6, 2022.
  • Receive 7,500 Wyndham Rewards points after completing your second stay.
  • You can earn this bonus twice, i.e. 7,500 bonus points after your second stay, and another 7,500 bonus points after your fourth stay, for a total of 15,000 bonus points after 4 eligible stays.
  • Your stays can be booked at any participating hotel or resort within the Wyndham Rewards group:

Wyndham hotel brands

Terms and Conditions

  • You must book at,, any of the official brand websites of any participating hotel chain, the Wyndham Rewards mobile app, or via the official toll-free reservation number of Wyndham Rewards or any of the participating hotel chains, or directly with a participating hotel.
  • Qualifying stays must total at least $25 per night, excluding any taxes and fees.
  • Qualifying stays cannot be booked through a third-party website such as,, etc.
  • If a member checks out and then checks back in to the same Participating Property on the same day, it will count as a single stay.
  • Go Free and Go Fast award stays are also not eligible for this promotion.
  • You will receive your bonus points 2-4 weeks after the promotion ends.
  • No shows aren't eligible to earn bonus points.

Our Take

Wyndham award nights range from 7,500 to 30,000 points per night. If you earn 15,000 bonus points through this promotion, that's enough for two free nights at one of its lower-tier properties, or one night at a mid-tier property.

If you're looking for another way to earn Wyndham points, you can get the Wyndham Rewards Earner® Plus Card. However, there are better travel rewards cards and hotel-specific cards.

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  • Undoubtly Wyndham is my favourite hotel chain, this is a good promotion

  • Marta Graciela Laporte says:

    I stayed in Dazzler Hotels by Wyndham and I loved it. It was a business travel, they made us an upgrade and after the check out they invited us to join the reward program. Waiting for my next stay with them. Best regards, Marta

  • Since Wyndham devalued suddenly without notice a couple years ago, it has left bad taste and I left the program for good.

  • I love Wydham for all the free night they kick out. !!! I ‘ve had many a reward night stays… the properties are bit sketchy… but it works.

  • I co-sign QFFlyer’s comment. It would be great if Caesars propertie were included. Otherwise, I only stay in Wyndhams when they’re the only game in town and I need a place to hang my hat. Nonetheless, I registered for all of the listed promos, just in case.

  • I miss the days when all Wyndham rooms were 15K points, you could really find some solid deals then….obviously too good to last, but not many Wyndham properties are worth 30k points IMHO….still it’s a useful program in the right context….loved staying at a Wyndham in Blue Earth, MN of all places….they can come in real handy sometimes.

  • Such a great deal for my trip in January! Great blog!

  • Sounds interesting!. Does it apply to wyndham hotels in Argentina??

    • Ariel – I haven’t seen anything in the terms saying it doesn’t apply. You can check the terms when you sign up for the promotion.

  • Shame Caesars properties aren’t included, Wyndham are so underwhelming in general, but if you’re going to stay anyway might as well take the points.

  • Wyndham have very few properties which I would consider aspirational. If all you need is a bed to hang your head on, then go for this promo.

  • I really like a Wyndham hotel however appreciate I’m maybe in the minority there

  • Seem like nice promos to get you back at the Wyndham!

  • Ed, you need to stay only 2 nights in one stay on the weekdays to get the promo #2. The promo #1 has no specific requirements on how to stay 4 nights (what days, and in how many stays) – anything would work for promo #1.

    The point is that if you qualify for Promo #2 those same 2 (or more) nights will also be counted towards your completion of promo #1.

    Obviosuly, you will not start planning a trip because of the promos, but if you already have something planned, you may re-consider and book at Wyndham because of the promos.

    Good luck.

  • They must have a very small pool of points allocated for the promotions.

  • Thank you, nice post

  • So only a week to book it, must check in on a sunday to wednesday and stay 4 nights. Where do they come up with these restrictions? why bother with a bonus at all when like 10 people will qualify?

  • The_Bouncer says:

    I agree. Worth registering but not worth moving any business for.

  • This is why Wyndham is my favourite hotel brand, thanks for the bonus

  • I’m mad at Wyndham at the moment. Got dinged after applying for the Earner card with the high SUB. Darn it! 🙂

  • se puede comprar las noches y usarlas en 2022 ? se ganan igualmente las millas …

  • Most of Wyndham-affiliated properties here in the Middle East is Ramada hotels, which is not very attractive ones, so hard to stay in Wyndham properties.

  • Registered, just in case. Haven’t really looked at Wyndham hotels in a while, been too loyal to IHG and Marriott.

  • Omar giammarino says:

    Es una gran noticia ahora que se está abriendo el turismo

  • Dave Hanson says:

    Good points, but why not mention the Wyndham Earner Business card as well? For readers who could qualify for a business card, it’s a far superior option than the Earner Plus card from the same bank.

  • Any views on Wyndham Rewards generally? I’m getting less and less enthused with IHG’s properties nowadays and the reduction in meaningful Elite benefits. Thinking about switching allegiances to Wyndham.

  • A timely long weekend stay can be a rewarding opportunity in this case.

  • Per the T&C, it’s not a one-time offer:

    “Members are welcome to complete as many Offer Qualifying Stays as possible between March 17, 2021 and May 31, 2021; each separate Offer Qualifying Stay that is completed will earn the applicable Bonus.”

  • Katherine Kline says:

    7,500 points is a great deal!!

  • 30k points a night? I haven’t stayed at a Wyndham lately but didn’t they have a cap max at 15k per night at their properties?

  • Mike Underhill says:

    What a handy opportunity to earn more points. Thanks for laying it out so clearly.

  • Wyndham Rewards is one points scheme that really passes me by. I’ve stayed in the occasional Ramada over the years, but other than that I’m much more interested in Hilton, IHG and even perhaps Marriott. This is a good offer though for anyone for whom their hotels are in convenient locations.

  • Not a bad reward if you need a 3 night stay, dont forget to sign up.

  • Thanks. This was great to get for travel planned anyway

  • Think i will be register this offer, Before i have stay at Sanya’s Wyndham hotels, it’s have big swimming pool and would like to go to Sanya next Month, register a member and this offer, will be earn one free night . Cool.

  • My work plans have changed to include a couple days at a location where a Wyndham hotel is the best (only) option. I don’t think I had signed up for this promotion but I referred back to this article. Unfortunately I can’t double dip on the promotions (my stay will end after the expiration date) but I will get many more points for the one promotion for which I will qualify.

    I would love to see an article on how to manage Wyndham’s unusual point expiration policy (Points expire 4 years after they are awarded or 18 months with no account activity) Is there any way to know that some of our points are about to expire?

    • If you log into your desktop acct (not app) under Activity, it tells you how/when next group of points expire.

  • No travel means no hotel stays. I wonder how this will all work out….

  • Sadly no hotels stays now til the holidays. I hope they all have promos this winter. I also have a hard time getting my husband to not go through his precious Expedia for hotels. I was able to take advantage of several hotel promos this summer though. It was really nice seeing my accounts go up in points. Now I just need to see where I will use them. I like Wyndham and have some to use there, maybe I’ll a nice stay in one of their properties this winter.

    I am wondering if you think holding their cc or Choice hotels card is a good idea if you don’t stay often? I know at least Choice hotel card doesn’t have an annual fee, so that one is really appealing, especially since MR transfers there.

    • His “precious Expedia.” LOL. I’d be intrigued to learn the reasons for his fond feelings, as there’s several good reasons to usually avoid booking with such online travel agencies. But, I’m always open to learning!

      • Agreed, although – when I was traveling pre-pandemic and when I resume traveling later – Chase Travel, which actually works with Expedia, is the way I book trips that I pay for with Ultimate Rewards points.

  • Departure date until September 10, 2020? Why do companies not adapt to the crisis we are experiencing? We need flexible dates.

  • As long as register in time would previously booked stays be eligible?

    • JT Genter says:

      It seems you’re all set! The T&C state: “Members must register for the Offer before completing their Qualified Stay during the Promotion Period in order for it to count toward this Offer.” But it doesn’t say that you have to register before booking.