Wyndham Rewards – pay lower membership rates, earn a free night with two stays!

The year is young, but the hotel promotions keep coming! Wyndham is launching another chance to earn 15,000 points, enough for a free night, with only two stays. After having similar promotions with Visa Checkout and MasterPass, this time any payment method will do! Given the many cheap Wyndham properties, 15,000 points (valued at $150) is a huge discount, worth giving this promotion extra attention! And even better, Wyndham is (finally) launching membership rates (like every other chain) with discounts of 10% on the regular rate, making it even more attractive to book direct!Wyndham Worldwide has been very aggressive in their promotion of the Wyndham Rewards program as the “blue band” tying their brands together. It has been rated the most rewarding hotel loyalty program and I agree in my own detailed review!
This promotion requires you to register, book the two stays by June 30th, 2018 and complete the stays by July 1st, 2018. A single night stay is sufficient and you have to book directly through a Wyndham site or mobile app. Only one room per night qualifies and no-shows don’t count.

15,000 points are good for one night at any Wyndham hotel. While many of the budget hotels cost a lot less than $150, there are a few very expensive hotels like the Wyndham Santa Monica where that is a bargain!

Wyndham Santa Monica

And even better deal can be the GoFast rates that require 3,000 points plus a cash go-pay. I have saved over 50% on Wyndham hotel stays by using those rates! You can register for this offer here and book your stays!

In addition to this promotion, Wyndham has also announced the launch of Wyndham members-only rates, called the “Rewarding Rate”. Similar to other hotel companies, members of the loyalty program receive a discount when booking directly through the hotel website. Wyndham’s discount of 10% is at the high end of the range from 2-10% other companies are offering. When I checked a few locations, the Rewarding Rate was not available to book yet, I hope that happens soon!
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