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[Expired] Buy Wyndham Points With up to a 30% Discount [Ends February 14]

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The latest Wyndham Rewards promotion allows you to purchase Wyndham points with a 30% discount through February 14, 2024.

Here are the details of the promotion, a look at whether it’s a good deal, and how you can put these points to good use.

Buy Wyndham Points With Up to a 30% Discount

Through February 14, 2024, you can receive a discount when purchasing Wyndham Rewards points.

Visit Wyndham’s More Ways to Earn page and scroll down to Purchase Points. You’ll need to sign into your account to see the offers.

  • Purchase 3,000-4,000 points: 20% discount
  • Purchase 5,000-14,000 points: 25% discount
  • Purchase 15,000+ points: 30% discount (0.91 cents per point)

We value Wyndham points at 0.9 cents each, so these prices are reasonable, and depending on what you plan to redeem these points for, buying them at these rates could make sense.

Before we tackle that, here are the other terms of the promotion you should be aware of:

  • The promotion runs through February 14, 2024.
  • Purchases made during the promotion period will be applied against the annual maximum cap of 100,000 Wyndham Rewards points.
  • A minimum of 3,000 points is required to trigger the bonus.
  • Points will be posted to the recipient’s Wyndham Rewards account within 72 hours after the completed transaction.
  • Points purchases do not count toward Member Levels.
  • Point purchases are nonrefundable.

Is It Worth It?

Wyndham offers 3 categories of award redemptions. But you can also redeem points at Vacasa vacation rentals thanks to a partnership with Wyndham.

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Use your Wyndham Rewards points for Vacasa rentals. Image Credit: Vacasa

Here’s a look at redemption rates for all 3 categories of Wyndham properties and Vacasa rentals, along with the cash price you’d pay for the points if you were to maximize this promotion:

  • Category 1 (7,500 points per night): As low as $68.25
  • Category 2 (15,000 points per night): As low as $136.50
  • Category 3 (30,000 points per night): As low as $273
  • Vacasa Rental (15,000 points per bedroom): As low as $136.50

Depending on the property you’d like to visit, it could certainly be worth purchasing points at these rates. For instance, Vacasa vacation rentals can be quite expensive, especially in high-demand locations, so being able to book free nights at these properties starting at $136 per bedroom can be a phenomenal deal.

Don’t forget, though, that Wyndham Rewards is a 1:1 transfer partner of the Capital One Miles and Citi ThankYou Rewards programs, so if you currently have a large balance of either of these currencies, it might make more sense to transfer instead of purchasing new points.

Hot Tip: If you need additional redemption ideas, read through our guide on redeeming Wyndham Rewards points for maximum value.

Final Thoughts

This bonus of up to a 30% discount allows you to purchase Wyndham Rewards points at a great rate, but you’ll want to ensure that you have a solid redemption lined up before doing so.

For those interested in taking advantage of the promotion, ensure that you do so before it ends on February 14, 2024.

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About Jarrod West

Boasting a portfolio of over 20 cards, Jarrod has been an expert in the points and miles space for over 6 years. He earns and redeems over 1 million points per year and his work has been featured in outlets like The New York Times.

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