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New Wyndham Promo, Earn 15,000 Bonus Points with Two Stays
A new Wyndham Masterpass promotion can earn you a free night anywhere when you complete two stays. Let’s take a look.
Wyndham Rewards members can earn 7,500 bonus points per qualified stay by paying with Masterpass. After two stays, you can earn 15,000 bonus points—enough for up to one free night! Book by August 31, 2018 and complete your qualified stay(s) by September 1, 2018. Limit of two stays.
- Maximum of two stays for 15,000 bonus points.
- There are a limited number of bonus points available for this promotional offer-we may change or cancel this promotion at any time.
- Resort fees apply at Caesars Entertainment properties, even for award nights, and cannot be paid with points.
- Promotion and Wyndham Rewards points redemption are not available at La Quinta/LQ hotels.
- Rates offered by on-line travel agencies and certain other rates do not qualify.
- See full terms
With Wyndham Rewards you get a flat rate of 15,000 points per night anywhere. So this Wyndham Masterpass promotion could be great if you can find two cheap Wyndham stays to get the 15,000 bonus points. It’s even better if you are already planning to stay at Wyndham properties during the promotion period.
However beware that rates offered by on-line travel agencies and certain other rates do not qualify. It’s not clear what those other rates are, but here’s a post on the issues encountered last time around.
If you need more points, you can get as much as 45,000 bonus points through the Barclays Wyndham Card.
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