Start Your Week With 5,000 Bonus Wyndham Rewards Points
Earn 5,000 bonus Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points — in addition to what you would normally earn — when you book a stay to arrive Sunday through Thursday at any of the participating 83 hotel properties located in seven countries through September 2, 2014.
To qualify for the Start Your Week with 5,000 Bonus Points promotion, you must search the official Internet web sites of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts or Wyndham Rewards for rooms available on the desired dates at the promotion rate at one of 83 participating Wyndham Hotels and Resorts hotel properties; you must book the promotion at a participating hotel property with an arrival day of Sunday through Thursday; and you must complete your stay as booked.
You must be a Wyndham Rewards Member in good standing to participate in this promotion. Advance booking of your reservation is required; and restrictions apply. Availability is limited to participating hotel properties. The promotion rate may not be available at certain hotel properties on all dates. If you have elected in your member profile to earn airline frequent flier loyalty program miles or rail points rather than Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points and book and stay using the promotion rate, you will receive your base earning in airline miles or rail points with the bonus denominated in 5,000 Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points.
One stay includes all consecutive nights at the same hotel property regardless of how many times you check in or check out of the hotel property. You are eligible to earn bonus Wyndham Rewards points for up to three rooms per stay. This promotion cannot be combined with any other offer, discount coupon, sale promotion, prior purchase or purchase of a gift certificate. Other terms and conditions apply.
FlyerTalk member upgrade.me supposedly found a promotion where you could earn 5,000 bonus Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points per night…
…but it is unclear at this time if that promotion is for a stay at a specific hotel property or if it was simply a typographical error — and upgrade.me purportedly received poor customer service: “I tried to call the rewards desk to get clarity and confirmation, but neither of 2 reps I spoke to knew of the bonus and tried to tell me it was only 500pts until I guided them thru my booking on their computer at the hotel’s site, and then each time I was to get transferred to a manager I was disconnected. So I just quit wasting my time w/ that.”
Do you know of such a promotion?