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Wyndham Rewards Launches 5,000 Point Bonus Promotion

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Wyndham Rewards members looking to increase their point balance now have the chance to earn 10 points for every dollar spent on stays at timeshare resorts booked through Extra Holidays by Wyndham.

To celebrate the program’s newest addition, members who book with Extra Holidays by Wyndham, including resorts in destinations such as Waikiki, Las Vegas and Myrtle Beach, will receive an additional 5,000 Wyndham Rewards points.

Travel must be booked by 30 June 2011 and be completed by 30 September 2011. Stays must be a minimum of two nights and be booked using the rate code REWARD. Other terms and conditions apply.

“Wyndham Rewards already provides more than eight million active members with the chance to earn and redeem points at more hotels and in more destinations than any other program in the world,” said Robin Korman, Wyndham Hotel Group senior vice president of loyalty marketing. “By adding the resorts offered through Extra Holidays by Wyndham, we’re providing our members one more way to earn more points and faster rewards.”

As part of Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Extra Holidays by Wyndham offers travelers access to timeshare resorts at destinations throughout the United States, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, including resorts such as Wyndham Grand Desert in Las Vegas and Royal Garden at Waikiki.

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