Earn 5,000 Bonus Points for 1 Stay with Wyndham Rewards & Visa Checkout

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Wyndham Rewards is offering a very nice bonus for booking stays through their app using Visa Checkout.

The Offer

Book a stay through the Wyndham Rewards mobile app and pay with Visa Checkout to earn 5,000 bonus points.

How to Get The Offer

  1. Book with the Wyndham Rewards mobile app
  2. Pay using Visa Checkout

You can find all of the details and terms of the offer here.

Terms

To qualify for the “Visa Checkout Marketing Promotion” (the “Promotion”) and earn 5,000 Wyndham Rewards bonus points, a Wyndham Rewards member must: (i) have or download the Wyndham Rewards mobile application from iTunes or Google Play (the “App”); (ii) sign into their account or join (if not a member already), in either case, on the App; (iii) between April 27, 2016 and July 31, 2016 use the App to book a Qualified Stay at a Participating Hotel; (iv) use Visa Checkout as payment for such stay; and (v) complete a Qualified Stay at such Participating Hotel, as so booked, between April 27, 2016 and July 31, 2016 (the period beginning on April 27, 2016 and ending on July 31, 2016 hereinafter referred to as the “Promotion Period”).

Each Member who books and completes a Qualified Stay in accordance with these terms and conditions will receive 5,000 Wyndham Rewards bonus points (each, a “Bonus”) for each such Qualified Stay during the Promotion Period, up to a maximum of two (2) separate Bonuses. One stay includes all consecutive nights at the same hotel, regardless of check-ins or check-outs. Stays with check-out dates after August 1, 2016 will not be counted towards the Promotion. Members who have elected to earn Travel Partner Currency in their member profile and who book and stay in accordance with the Promotion, will receive their base point earning in Travel Partner Currency with the Bonus denominated in 5,000 Wyndham Rewards points.

Wyndham only charges 15,000 points per night at any of their properties, so it may be possible to earn bonuses at their lower end hotels to use towards a booking at one of their nicer properties.

Questions?

For more info on the Wyndham Rewards program, see: Wyndham: 15,000 points per night… Anywhere!

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  1. Interesting promo. Thanks. I actually have a bunch of Wyndham Rewards points left over from when they were cheap to buy on Daily Getaways, and from a credit card sign-up. The problem with using these points is that you want to “save them” for the better Wyndhams. But since these better Wyndhams are few and far between, you wind up with the points just sitting in your account!

    Still, it seems like this offer could be lucrative. The key would be to using it for one-night stays in cheap — but non-objectionable — USA motels. Like Super 8’s and such. I guess I’d value 5000 Wyndham points as being worth about $40 (as that’s about what I’d pay for them if they were for sale). I also see that I’m allowed to do this offer 2 times. I guess I’ll more seriously consider Wyndham for any future 1-night motel stays in the next few months.

    • And don’t forget to sign up for the $100 GC promo whereas you can basically get back all of your money, all on the same 2 stays, and still be able to use that refunded GC money to go along with those points for a better hotel stay elsewhere (Hawai’i comes to mind).

  2. I believe you can also earn the $100 gift card after 2 stays in conjunction with this promotion, correct? So after 2 stays, will end up with $100 gift cards and 10,000 Points, which is pretty sweet deal.

  3. I stayed twice, booked via the Android app and paid with Visa Checkout and never got either 5000 point bonus. Anyone have any luck getting that bonus after calling them?

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