New Wyndham Rewards Promotion: Stay 4 Nights, Get 1 Free

TRYP by Wyndham Bad Bramstedt

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Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is a massive hotel chain — with thousands of properties sprinkled around the world, you can find a Wyndham hotel nearly anywhere you go.

Unfortunately, the Wyndham Rewards program often falls behind other major chains, such as Hilton, Marriott, and Hyatt — which is a shame. There’s a lot to be said for Wyndham Rewards, and this newest promotion is just part of it. Let’s take a look.

Offer Details

Wyndham Stay 4 Get 1 Free promo
Image Credit: Wyndham

This promotion will award you with 7,500 bonus points for every 4 nights you stay, though it maximizes out at 15,000 points.

  • You need to register for the promotion
  • Book your stay by January 14, 2022, for stays through January 18, 2022
  • Nights do not need to be consecutive

Hot Tip: Learn about the best ways to earn and redeem Wyndham Rewards points for maximum value in our detailed guides.

Is It Worth It?

It costs nothing to register, so it’s always worth it to sign up for a promotion in case you end up taking advantage of it. That being said, 7,500 bonus points after just 4 nights is a pretty good deal. Wyndham’s portfolio of brands spans from budget properties, such as Super 8, to higher-end options like the Wyndham Grand.

The promotion doesn’t specify where you’ll need to stay in order to qualify for the promotion, and with tons of cheap properties in the U.S., you can easily maximize your bonus points. That being said, this isn’t the type of promotion where you should go out of your way to book stays you don’t need — just maximize it if you already have travel planned.

The Wyndham Rewards program is also fairly simple. Different properties will charge either 7,500, 15,000, or 30,000 points per bedroom, per night. While many high-end properties will land in the 30,000 point range, you can still find some good options — especially overseas — for just 7,500 points.

Take, for example, the TRYP by Wyndham Bad Bramstedt, where a Triple Family room will run you $126 dollars per night in December. Otherwise, you can opt to redeem 7,500 Wyndham points for your stay, netting you a 1.6 cent per point value. This is well above our own valuation of 0.9 cents each and a fairly simple rate to replicate across many Wyndham properties.

Hot Tip: Those with Wyndham Rewards elite status can take advantage of a reciprocal partnership with Caesars Rewards to enjoy benefits such as free valet parking and a $100 dinner credit each year. 

Final Thoughts

Wyndham’s newest promotion offers a free night for every 4 nights you stay, which is a pretty generous option. Although it caps out after 2 free nights, you’ll do well to register. If this is something you’re considering, be sure to sign up before January 14, 2022, and complete your stay before January 18, 2022.


Carissa Rawson

About Carissa Rawson

Carissa is a native Californian whose taste for travel began during her seven years in the US Air Force. A former Arabic translator, her first serious journey overseas was to Jordan, where a six month deployment taught her a lot about people and a little about award travel. What started as a curiosity quickly became an obsession, and soon she had launched her own website teaching others how to travel for free.

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