Between February 3 and April 30, members of the Wyndham Rewards program can earn up to quadruple points for stays at Baymont Inn & Suites, Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Knights Inn, Microtel Inn & Suites, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge, Wingate, and Wyndham hotels, as follows:
- Earn double points or miles for the second stay.
- Earn triple points or miles for the third stay.
- Earn quadruple points or miles for the fourth stay.
There are no more bonuses to be earned after the fourth stay—the fifth and subsequent stays revert to normal earning rates.
Additionally and separately, each promotion-qualifying stay charged to a Wyndham Rewards Visa credit card will earn a 1,000-point bonus.
Registration is required.
Deal or No Deal
It’s common these days to award bonuses only for multiple transactions, as is the case here with double miles kicking in for the second stay.
And it’s not uncommon to place a cap on the potential earnings from a promotion, as this one does at quadruple miles for the fourth stay.
But Wyndham’s offer does both, withholding bonuses from both the least frequent customers (with just a single stay) and the most frequent customers (with five or more stays).
If you fall into the middle, the big-spender/small-spender restrictions are moot. In which case, the bonuses are worth pursuing, especially if you’re able to rack up four qualifying stays, and charge them to the program-affiliated card.
But if you’re at either end of the frequency spectrum, there are competing hotel promotions that award bonuses for single stays (Hilton’s Delta bonus, Starwood, etc.), and others that have no maximum earning restrictions (Choice, Hilton’s points bonus, etc.).
Reader Reality Check
With so many hotel promotions in the marketplace, what’s your preferred bonus for stays this winter?
This article originally appeared on FrequentFlier.com.