Up to 15,000 Wyndham points with Visa Checkout

Wyndham Rewards is out with a promotion that slipped past me last month: book up to 3 stays by 1/31/18 and stay by 2/28/18 to earn up to 15,000 points – and that’s on top of the points you earn from each stay (a minimum of 1K points per stay). That’s enough points for a free night anywhere in the world with Wyndham Rewards.

Tell ’em Tormund sent ya.

The Deal

  • Book by 1/31/18 using Visa Checkout and complete your qualified stay(s) by 2/28/18 and receive bonus points according to the number of stays:
    • 3,000 bonus points after your first stay
    • 5,000 bonus points after your second stay
    • 7,000 bonus points after your third stay
  • Direct link to promotion

Key Terms

  • Consecutive nights at one hotel will be counted as one stay (regardless of check-ins and check-outs)
  • Points will be awarded 6-8 weeks after check out
  • Check-outs after 2/28 will not receive credit

Quick Thoughts

While not quite as good as the Masterpass promotion a few months ago that only required two stays, this one still looks pretty good. Is it worth a mattress run? Probably not in most instances, but if you’re looking to use a free night in an expensive locale, there are scenarios where it might make sense. It’s worth noting that your check-out date is what counts in terms of the end of the promotion — so make sure you check out on or before 2/28/18. There is still plenty of time to make reservations on this one. One stay earns enough points for a “Go fast” cash + points reservation with Wyndham, so keep this promo in mind.

H/T: Loyalty Traveler 

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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    • We’ve got a thread up in the Facebook group to gather data points. My experience thus far is that I got the credit for Staples with an eGC, I did not receive the credit for a VGC at Lowe’s. Greg’s had all success with Whole Foods I think.

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