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Wyndham Rewards: Stay Two Consecutive Nights, Get One Free

Wyndham Rewards: Stay Two Consecutive Nights, Get One Free
Joe Cortez

In addition to extending status for guests, Wyndham Rewards is offering a new bonus to encourage nights this summer. Members can earn enough points for a free night after staying for two consecutive nights at participating hotels through Sept. 10.

Wyndham Rewards is now offering guests enough points for a free night, when they stay for two consecutive nights at participating brands. The hotelier announced the new promotion to run in conjunction with their current offers.

Stay Two Nights, Get 7,500 Wyndham Rewards Points

The promotion requires guests to register at the Wyndham website before Sept. 8, 2020. All stays must be booked by Sept. 8, and completed by Sept. 10.

Once qualified, guests must book two consecutive nights at a participating Wyndham Rewards hotel. After the stay, you will get 7,500 Wyndham Rewards points – enough for one standard bedroom per night at the lowest tier.

Wyndham Rewards members can only earn a maximum of one bonus, regardless of how many stays of two or more nights they complete. Additionally, a “no-show” will not count towards the bonus offer.

However, the 7,500 bonus points are in addition to any points guests would earn at the property. In addition, the promotion can be stacked another promotion, where guests can earn a bonus of 2,000 points for every stay, regardless of length. The bonus points offer runs through July 27, and maxes out at 10,000 points.

New Offers Come as Hotels Recover Faster than Airlines

The latest Wyndham offers are part of a larger push to get travelers to stay with them during the traditional summer vacation months. Both Wyndham and Hilton Honors are offering extended elite status, extended rewards, and other promotions to try and encourage guests to stay at their hotels.

Indicators suggest the moves are working, as occupancy rates at hotels are starting to climb faster than airline recovery. According to hospitality consulting group STR, overall occupancy rate at U.S. hotels averaged at 45.9 percent – more than double the lowest point this year.

The latest data from STR shows average occupancy at U.S. hotels is at 45.9% - double the occupancy rate at the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Graph courtesy: STR

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  1. strickerj

    July 20, 2020 at 10:51 am

    Choice Hotels has a similar promo going (8000 points for 2 separate stays of any number of nights). Looks like the hotels are offering incentives as more travelers look to take road trips this year in lieu of vacations that got canceled.

  2. sethb

    July 26, 2020 at 8:20 am

    Does the data in that occupancy graph include hotels that are temporarily closed?

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