15,000 Wyndham points with Masterpass (yes, again)

Wyndham Rewards is out with yet another promotion to earn up to 15,000 Wyndham Rewards points via a partnership with Masterpass: Get 7,500 points per qualified stay (up to 2 stays) when you book by August 31st and check out by September 1st. This is a great deal as you can find some really cheap one-night Wyndham stays — stack two of those and you have a free night at any Wyndham property worldwide.

The Deal

  • Earn up to 15,000 bonus Wyndham Rewards points when you pay for your stays with Masterpass: Earn 7,500 bonus points per qualifying stay (up to 2 times) when you book by August 31, 2018 and stay by September 1, 2018
  • Direct link to this promotion

Key Terms

  • Must book by August 31, 2018
  • Must check out by September 1, 2018 
  • Must make reservation using Masterpass
  • Wyndham has a “Minimum Total Rate” of $25 before tax for a night to count as a “Qualified Stay”. See point #9 under “General Information” in the full program terms

Quick Thoughts

These Masterpass Wyndham Rewards promos are an excellent deal because Wyndham has a simplified award chart where all properties cost just 15,000 points per night — meaning that two stays through this promotion gets you a free stay in a standard room at any Wyndham property in the world. There are lots of very cheap Wyndham Rewards properties where you can pick up a night for $50-$60 and some where you could find a night for under $30. Just watch out for the clause noted under “Key Terms” above — Wyndham enforces a minimum total rate of at least $25 before taxes or fees in order to qualify for points or promotions.

There are plenty of value-priced properties in the Wyndham portfolio.

Two cheap one-night stays could get you a much more valuable stay in a city like New York or even an all-inclusive in the Caribbean.

The last time I wrote about a Wyndham promotion, I found that some of the all-inclusive properties like this one can be a great deal for 15,000 points per night.

I doubt they’ll ever run a promotion like this one again, but I wouldn’t mind having a few Wyndham Rewards points around if they ever do.

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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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If I remember right, I “think” the last time I did this for each person in my family I just used my own masterpass account for each one of us and 2) you DONT have to use a mastercard credit card —you can use what ever card you want to assign in your master pass? Agree?

Anastasia
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Anastasia

I seem to recall that you don’t need a mastercard card as well.

isaac
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isaac

I removed my MC from my Wyn profile, leaving just my Wyn Visa CC and ‘MasterPass’ didnt show up as a choice to confirm with. I then added an MC to my profile and bingo MP was an option. So I highly doubt anyone can assign a Visa CC to their MP acct

That said I do believe thats its possible to confirm the res by having a n MC on your profile so MP will show as an option to use for payment and then at checkout @ the hotel simply use whatever CC you want to

Ramakrishnam Raju Mudunuri
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Ramakrishnam Raju Mudunuri

Did you get the points booking for family member ?

Chris M
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Chris M

Do you know in practice how long the points post? Actually a few weeks or immediately after stay? Cause I have an upcoming trip booked at a wyndham in 10 days for over $200 but can just go to a nearby super8 to check in and out for 2 stays for cheap and use those points for the $200 reservation instead.. Cheers

Anastasia
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Anastasia

I’m debating whether to participate. I could mattress run, but I can’t say Wyndham has a lot of properties I want to stay at. I could stock up on points in case they do another crazy cottages promo or similar, but that’s like speculatively buying points.

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Nestor
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Nestor

Are corporate rates excluded as a qualified stay?

Randy
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Randy

I did the two nights 15K points that ended July 1. My second stay was a Knights Inn that I reserved through the Wyndham website. When I called about the missing 15K award – low and behold Knight’s Inn was no longer in their group. The agent said notice went out early February, but I jointed in mid February, no didn’t get the memo. Shady.

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