Wyndham Rewards members in the U.S. and Canada can earn 25 percent more miles on up to four qualifying stays when staying at Wyndham Rewards hotels through Nov. 30, 2009. Plus, Wyndham Rewards members residing in the U.S. will receive a total of 2,200 points per stay, enough points to redeem for a $25 Restaurant.com gift certificate. Residents of Canada will receive a total of 5,500 points, enough for a $25 Petro-Canada gas card. Online registration in “25 Every Time” by Nov. 30, 2009 is required or call (866) 967-8747.
To earn 25 percent more miles, choose to earn airline miles or rail points with one of the following participating partners: American, Delta, United, US Airways, Continental, Aeroplan, Midwest, Spirit, Amtrak or Sun Country. Only Wyndham Rewards hotel brands in the U.S. and Canada are participating, including Baymont Inn & Suites, Days Inn, Hawthorn Suites, Howard Johnson, Knights Inn, Microtel Inns & Suites, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge (U.S. hotels only), Wingate by Wyndham, Wyndham Garden and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. To register online, visit wyndhamrewards.com plus /aa, /delta, /united, /usairways, /continental, /aeroplan, /midwest, /spirit, /amtrak or /suncountry (depending upon which program you would like to earn the bonus miles in; for example, wyndhamrewards.com/aa will take you to the Web page to register to receive American AAdvantage bonus miles through this offer).
Bottom line: Wyndham Rewards members normally earn 10 points per dollar spent or two miles per dollar spent (500 miles per stay at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts and Hawthorn Suites). While you will need to choose airline miles as your earning preference, you will actually be earning both miles and points with this offer. On a $300 stay, you’ll earn 750 miles instead of 600 miles (620 miles instead of 500 miles at Wyndham and Hawthorn properties) plus 2,200 points that you can either redeem for a Restaurant.com gift certificate or save for a future award night redemption. If you are more interested in earning points for stays and you spend over $220 per stay, you may want to consider opting out of this offer since you won’t be able to earn more than 2,200 points with this promotion.