Direct link to offer (click week 2)
- Wyndham is offering 15,000 bonus points when you stay three nights
- Valid for stays booked by June 1 and completed by December 31, 2023
Should stack with other Wyndham deals:
- Wyndham: Stay Three Nights & Earn 15,000 Points
- Wyndham: Stay Three Nights In Europe, Africa, Eurasia, or the Middle East & Earn 15,000 Points
Hat tip to FM
I have a “spend a night on us” rebate coupon. Wondering if I can use it as well as get the points? That would be an awesome stack.
Not a very useful promo for most people. Most Wyndham Rewards hotels are low-end hotels, with nothing much of value that you can spend extra on. No restaurant, for example; just a free breakfast for all.
You can transfer Wynhdam points to Caesars and spend them at any Caesars properties in Vegas or elsewhere. I believe there is a 30,000 points per year cap. For me, that’s a nice $300 at Caesars Palace on room, food, whatever.
I just realized this DoC page is confusing. I was referring to the week 2 offer of $100 on-site property credit (for only works at Wyndham Reward properties, not Ceasars Rewards properties), not the week 1 offer of 15000 bonus points. The headline of this page mentions the $100 on-site property credit, as does does link when you click on “week 2” there, but the contents of the page only mention the week 1 offer of 15000 bonus points.
And it turns out that the “week 2” page of that linked promo page spells out that the $100 credit is only available at a relatively limited number of hotels (relative to the vast collection of hotels in the whole Wyndham Rewards program). It’s only the high-end hotels. You can’t even get $5 credit from this “week 2” promo at a Travelodge or a Super 8 or a La Quinta.
So even a less worthwhile “week 2” for most people, if it only works at “Trademark Collection” hotels or a few “Wyndham Hotel” branded hotels.
And, btw, the transfer cap to/from Caesars went up to 60k this year. The main reason I transfer to Caesars (and later back) is to reset the annoying 4-year “hard” expiration that Wyndham has (on top of their 18-month resettable “soft” expiration), which no other hotel program in the US has. Transferring points out of Wyndham and back in is the only way to reset that 4-year “hard” expiration.
Thanks! Didn’t know the cap went up, transferring some now.
I avoid any Wyndham $ value credit or free night vouchers like the plague as they are usually some ridiculous hoop jumping nonsense that is maximally designed to make it extremely hard to get and undesirable even if you do get it.
Points are good, though.
> And it turns out that the “week 2” page of that linked promo page spells out that the $100 credit is only available at a relatively limited number of hotels (relative to the vast collection of hotels in the whole Wyndham Rewards program). It’s only the high-end hotels. You can’t even get $5 credit from this “week 2” promo at a Travelodge or a Super 8 or a La Quinta.
not only that, but it turns out it’s a special rate code too. Which costs more than the member rate.
Must pay by cash or rewards nights are also count?
I can’t recall ever seeing a WR promo that earned you credits on free night stays. Which is obviously a shame.
Credit is $100 USD (or local currency equivalent) or $100 CAD, based on hotel location, and can be used toward purchase of goods/services selected for this promotion by the applicable participating property. Check with the individual hotel for details on its offerings. Valid for stays booked by June 1 and completed by December 31, 2023.
so all 4 of these week rewards will stack tgt?
Not necessarily. The week 2 offer is only available at a very few hotels, so if you’re not staying at one of those hotels you can’t stack it. And we have no idea what the restrictions might be on future week offers, and whether they’ll even about paid hotel stays, which is required for the week 1 offer.
The week 3 thing is just a sweepstakes, with no entry options via a stay.
A now both week 4 offers don’t stack either. The week 4 offers are for online shopping to earn extra points, and for buying points at a better rate than normal.
The week 5 offer is the only one which easily stacks with regular offers, but the time for booking the week 1 offer seems to have expired, so because of that you apparently can’t stack the week 5 offer with the week 1 offer. The week 5 offer is a discount on stays of 2 or more nights, if you book by April 6. If you registered for the regular (non-member-week) offer of 2+ nights = extra points, then the week 5 offer should stack with that regular offer.
Correction, you can stack it with the week 1 offer, I misread the dates.