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Wyndham launches Double Points / Miles Promotion

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Until 8 January 2009, members of Wyndham Hotel Groups Wyndham Rewards loyalty program will earn double points, airline miles or rail points for each qualified hotel stay as part of the Double Points or Miles promotion.

The offer is good for up to four stays at participating Days Inn, Ramada, Super 8, Howard Johnson, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Wingate By Wyndham, Baymont Inn & Suites, Travelodge Hawthorn Suites, AmeriHost Inn and Knights Inn hotels in North America, the U.K., Ireland, Germany, China, Latin  America and the Caribbean.

For the first time, members may also earn rewards at Hawthorn Suites, the Wyndham Rewards programs newest earning and redemption partner. All Hawthorn Suites hotels feature studio, one and two-bedroom suites and offer amenities including a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, daily newspaper, meeting space, pool, spa, exercise facilities, convenience store and guest laundry. The addition of nearly 91 Hawthorn Suites hotel properties expands the Wyndham Rewards program offering, now including all-suite, extended stay properties as a travel option.

The points can be redeemed for hotel stays with no blackout dates or other rewards including airline tickets, resort vacations, name-brand merchandise from the Wyndham Rewards Marketplace and for rail points or services at many popular restaurants and stores including Target, Avis Rent A Car and Chilis.

Current Wyndham Rewards members must register for the promotion online at Nonmembers must join the Wyndham Rewards program, then register for the promotion.

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