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That means the more you stay, the more you’ll be rewarded with perks like early check-in, bonus points, and suite upgrades!
Here are the details!
Wyndham’s New Membership Levels
Link: Wyndham Rewards
For example, you can get:
- Gold Level (5 nights) – upgrades and late check-out
- Platinum Level (15 nights) – early check-in, bonus points, car rental upgrades
- Diamond Level (40 nights) – bonus points, suite upgrades, welcome amenities, ability to gift Gold status
The bonus points are useful because it’s only 15,000 Wyndham Rewards points to stay at ANY of their hotels! I’d save the points for a fancy Wyndham all-inclusive rather than their motel brands that are cheap enough to use cash.
If you can get early check-in and late check-out at an all-inclusive that means more time eating and drinking! 🙂
Every Wyndham Rewards member will get perks like free Wi-Fi and the ability to redeem points for free nights with no blackout dates.
Roll Over in Your Comfortable New Status
You’ll also be able to roll over your stays that count towards status each year.
For example, if you stay 3 nights in year 1, which isn’t enough for Gold status (you need 5 stays), then you’ll only have to stay 2 more nights in year 2 to earn Gold status. That’s a nice benefit!
Folks staying in one of Wyndham’s top 25 markets will have access to discounted or free “experiences.” You can choose from activities like a street food tour in Mexico City or a cooking class in Shanghai. Here’s the full list!
I love to eat and save money, so this sounds interesting!
Need More Wyndham Rewards Points for Your Stay?
Consider one of the Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards cards. You’ll earn up to 45,000 Wyndham Rewards points after spending $1,000 in purchases within the 1st 90 days of account opening.
That’s enough for 3 free nights at any Wyndham hotel, which can be worth hundreds of dollars!
Emily and I don’t get a commission for this card, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!
Here’s my review of the card.
Will these new perks convince you stay more often with Wyndham?
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