5,000 points for Wyndham brand stays in U.S. Feb 12-May 14, 2014

Wyndham Rewards is offering 5,000 bonus points per stay at 79 Wyndham and Wyndham Garden hotels in the USA and Canada from February 12 through May 14, 2014. There is no limit to the number of times this bonus may be earned, which makes this offer different from most Wyndham Rewards promotions that tend to be capped at two to four stays.

Wyndham Rewards promotion registration is required.














New Jersey

New York




Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

South Carolina




There are some fine hotels in this bunch of participating properties offering 5,000 bonus points per stay.

Wyndham stays earn 10 points per $1. With 5 stays at $100 per night, a traveler could pick up 30,000 points redeemable for one night at many of the Wyndham hotels or two free nights at most Ramada Inn hotels around the country. That can be a decent rebate on Wyndham spend.

Wyndham rewards categories

Wyndham Rewards has changed its reward chart three times in the past 12 months. Here is the 9-Tier chart unveiled this month with a big jump from 30,000 to 50,000 points for Tier 9 hotels.

Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco Union Square is an example of a Tier 8 hotel at 30,000 points. Night and Dream hotels in Manhattan are 30,000 points per night. Ramada London Stansted Airport is an example of a Tier 1 hotel award at 5,500 points per night for a hotel that receives 4 of 5 circles in TripAdvisor.com reviews.

Wyndham Rewards received some negative attention on travel blogs recently for adding a Tier 9 without advance notice and placing Wyndham Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach on the southern part of Kauai in this new category. The hotel regularly gets $400+ per night room rates, so creating a higher tier category for this property makes sense.

Even a single $500 stay at any of the participating Wyndham hotels will earn 5,000 base points and 5,000 bonus points placing hundreds of economy brand hotels within reach of a free night at 10,000 points for places like Ramada, Super 8, Howard Johnson, Microtel, Travelodge and Days Inn.

Terms and Conditions

To qualify for the “Wyndham Spring 2014 5,000 Bonus Points” promotion (the “Promotion”)and earn 5,000 Wyndham Rewards points, the Wyndham Rewards Member must (i) be an active member and register for the promotion by clicking here or 1-866-996-7937, (ii) book a stay at any of the hotels participating in the Promotion (the “Promotion Hotels”) at a Qualifying Rate between February 12, 2014, and May 14, 2014 (the “Promotion Period”) and complete their hotel stays by May 21, 2014. For a full list of Promotion Hotels, click here. Members will receive 5,000 Wyndham Rewards points for each of their Qualified Stays within the Promotion Period at any of the Promotion Hotels with a maximum of 3 rooms per stay. Member stays with check-out dates after May 21, 2014 will not receive the 5,000 bonus points. One stay includes all consecutive nights at the same hotel regardless of check-ins or check-outs. No shows do not qualify for the 5,000 bonus points. This Promotion is subject to cancellation or change without notice. Rates offered by most online travel agencies and certain other rates do not qualify. Members who have elected to earn airline miles or rail points in their member profile will not be eligible to earn the 5,000 bonus points in this Promotion. Members should allow six to eight weeks after completion of the Promotion for the bonus points, to be credited to their account. Void where prohibited by law. Full Wyndham Rewards Program terms and conditions apply and can be found at http://www.wyndhamrewards.com/terms. Capitalized terms used in these terms and conditions without definition have the meanings ascribed to them in the Wyndham Rewards Program terms and conditions.

Wyndham Double Points promotion through March 21, 2014 offers 20 points per $1 on up to four hotel stays. The double points offer should be stackable with Wyndham 5K bonus.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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