We’re making Wyndham Rewards even more rewarding with a host of new features—from free nights starting at just 7,500 points per night and the addition of more than 900 La Quinta® hotels to the ability to earn and redeem points with a host of new and expanded partners.
Here’s what’s new:
A Faster Path to Free & Discounted Nights
Allowing more members to redeem points where and how they want, Wyndham Rewards will offer three tiers for both free night redemptions (go freeSM) and points + cash redemptions (go fastSM). Redemptions for go free will be available for 7,500 points, 15,000 points, and 30,000 points; while go fast redemptions will be available for 1,500 points + cash, 3,000 points + cash, and 6,000 points + cash. (Note: All go free and go fast redemption options are per bedroom, per night.) Members will also earn points on the cash portion of go fast.
Over 30,000 Hotels, Club Resorts, Vacation Rentals, & Counting
Wyndham Rewards already offers one of the largest, most diverse redemption portfolios in the world and now it’s getting even bigger—from club resorts and vacation rentals to more than 900 La Quinta hotels.
More Ways to Earn, More Ways to Redeem
Wyndham Rewards will debut a host of new and expanded partnerships this spring. Members can look forward to earning points for food delivery via DoorDash, earning and redeeming points at Marathon branded gas stations, and earning and redeeming points with Viator when booking tours and activities around the globe. The program will also unveil a new shopping portal, enabling members to earn points on purchases with thousands of online retailers. Learn more here.
Why are you making these changes?
Wyndham Rewards members told us they want more flexibility when it comes to redeeming for award nights and expanded options for earning and redeeming points outside of just stays. These changes are a direct response to that feedback and underscore our commitment to delivering a simple, generous rewards program that’s uniquely designed for the needs of the everyday traveler.
When will these changes take effect?
We anticipate changes will take effect starting April 3, 2019.