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Earn One Free Night With Two Stays With Wyndham Rewards

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You can earn 15,000 bonus Wyndham Rewards points for two stays — in addition to the Wyndham Rewards points you would typically earn — when you register for this promotion prior to booking your reservations at greater than 8,000 participating hotel and resort properties worldwide by Saturday, June 30, 2018; and you must complete your qualified stays by Sunday, July 1, 2018.

Earn One Free Night With Two Stays With Wyndham Rewards

15,000 Wyndham Rewards bonus points are enough to redeem for one go free award night, which is good for one standard room at a participating Wyndham Rewards hotel or resort property up to the maximum occupancy of a room; and is subject to availability, blackout dates or rates, and other restrictions. The free night applies to room rate only — including taxes — at most hotel and resort properties. If you would rather not redeem your Wyndham Rewards points for a free night, they can be used for different redemption options.

Refer to for all available reward redemption values.

Portfolio of Brands of Wyndham Hotels Group

Wyndham Hotels Group includes the following hotel brands and business entities, through which you can register for this promotion and book your reservations for two separate qualified stays:

Select Terms and Conditions

You can only earn a maximum of one bonus — even if you complete greater than two stays which qualify for this offer. A “no-show” — that is, not checking into the hotel or resort property although the stay is paid — does not count as a stay which qualifies for this offer.

Go Free award applies to the room rate only — including taxes — at most hotel and resort properties. You must have enough Wyndham Rewards points for all bedrooms in desired accommodation to book award nights. A resort fee per night is payable for all nights at Caesars hotel and resort properties — including award nights. Wyndham Rewards points cannot be used to pay resort fees.

Most hotel and resort properties have minimum stay requirements. Go Free nights can be combined with regular, paid nights to satisfy these requirements. Terms and conditions applicable to Go Free nights vary by property and booking date(s). Without limiting the foregoing, some properties have very limited cancellation windows, and points redeemed in connection with Go Free reservations there will be lost if such reservations are cancelled outside of such windows. If you combine Go Free award night(s) with regular paid night(s) any fees applicable to a regular, paid stay at such property — for example, housekeeping, resort/facility, and reservation fees — will be still be applicable to the paid night(s) of your stay.

One stay includes all consecutive nights at the same hotel or resort property — regardless of the number of times you check in or check out of that same hotel or resort property. Qualified stays are subject to certain restrictions and do not include reservations booked through a third party via the Internet; and certain other rates do not qualify for this offer. Stays which include checking in to a hotel or resort property prior to Monday, February 5, 2018 — or checking out of a hotel or resort property after Sunday, July 1, 2018 — will not be counted towards the promotion.

In addition to the aforementioned Internet web sites, reservations may also be booked through the official mobile software application program of Wyndham Rewards; via the official toll free reservation number of Wyndham Rewards or any of the participating hotel chains; or — in the case of a qualified stay at a participating hotel or resort property — directly with a participating hotel or resort property.

Members who have elected to earn airline frequent flier loyalty program miles or rail points in their membership profiles will earn base frequent flier loyalty program miles or rail points in accordance with the program terms and the bonus in the form of points.

You must also present a credit card at time of checking in to the hotel or resort property. Please allow up to four weeks after completion of each stay for the bonus points to be credited to your Wyndham Rewards membership account. This offer is not valid toward previous purchases. This promotion and its terms and conditions are subject to cancellation or change without notice; and is void where prohibited by law.

Other terms and conditions — including those of the Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program — apply.


This promotion is a fairly simple one; and it shows that the Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program has been improving in recent years.

The one unique benefit to the Wyndham Rewards program is that you can redeem 15,000 points for a free night, which is good at any hotel or resort property which participates in the Wyndham Rewards program. This means that you can stay up to two times paying the cheapest room rates you can find and use them for one night at an aspirational hotel or resort property anywhere in the world.

Just be aware that the cheapest room rates can be found at brands from the aforementioned list such as Travelodge and Super 8 — two of the Wyndham Hotels Group brands at which I have stayed in the past and would not consider for my future hotel stays.

Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.


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  1. If I already have a reservation, do I need to register this then cancelled that reservation and rebook to qualify? Or once I register any stays after that qualifies regardless when made reservation?

  2. So apparently, there are people for whom this whole redemption shit, which so infuriates me, is total catnip. But why are redemption arcs and grovels so popular, particularly among Americans (since you don’t see a lot of this stuff in German works and most German readers and viewers hate this stuff)? Given the focus on guilt and shame and having to atone for ones sins, real or imagined, and having to earn redemption – all of which are very religious concepts – I would suspect that the answer lies with some American variation of Christianity. And it has to be an American variation, because Lutheran Protestantism, the strain of Christianity most prominent where I come from, does not have this focus on suffering and redemption. Hell, we don’t even have a word for redemption and the closest translation is the word for forgiveness. Nor does a focus on guilt and redemption show up in the German version of Catholicism, though in the US Catholicism is apparently associated with guilt, which always baffled me, because that’s not an association I would make at all.

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