Ending Today: Buy Wyndham Points with a 40% Bonus (USD 0.96 Cents/INR 0.76 per point)

There are many point purchase offers from hotel chains going on all the time. On Thanksgiving and Black Friday, even Wyndham Hotels has joined in. At this point, you can Buy Wyndham Rewards Points with a 40% Bonus, which is an excellent opportunity in case you engage with Wyndham Hotels.

Buy Wyndham Points with a 40% Bonus on points purchased through November 28, 2022.

Through November 28, 2022, Wyndham Rewards is offering a 40% Bonus on points purchased when you buy at least 3,000 points in one transaction.

The promotion allows you to purchase a maximum of 60,000 points (the maximum points you can buy in a calendar year), and you will receive 84,000 points when you maximise the promotion. It will cost you 0.93 USD cents or INR 0.76  per Wyndham Rewards point at the top end after the 40% bonus gets factored in.

Buying Wyndham points can prove to be a good deal. Wyndham has 53 hotels in India and over 8900 hotels worldwide. However, it does not work in the aspirational property space, a la Marriott and Hilton. They have some great, longstanding brands, such as Ramada and Wyndham. Other brands include Days Hotel as well.
Wyndham Rewards does have a fixed price award chart. You can use your points for the following:
  • 7,500, 15,000, or 30,000 points per room per night for a free stay.
  • Use 1,500, 3,000, or 6,000 points per room plus some cash for a discounted stay.

For instance, at the Wyndham Hotel in Agra, during the tourist season (now!), you can get a room for INR 17,000 cash, or 7500 points per night (INR 5700 only).  You can also use your points to stay with Vacasa, a vacation rental company in North and Central America.

Which credit card should you buy Wyndham Rewards Points with?

Typically, these point purchases are processed through Points.com and not directly by the hotel or airline. However, you will almost always pay in USD/EUR/GBP and not INR. So, the best cards to earn a bonus are Citi Prestige, Axis Reserve or American Express Platinum Charge Card, as these cards offer an international spending bonus. Beyond these, you might want to look at any card which provides a reduced foreign exchange spend conversion or one where you want to meet any minimum spend requirements.

Since Wyndham has many properties around India where there are no other chain hotels and no credit card transfer partners in India, it makes sense to buy Wyndham points if you consider staying at a Wyndham brand hotel, especially with a 40% bonus on the points bought. Of course, do your own computation and research to see your best fit.

Will you be buying Wyndham points with this promotion? Let us know.


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