Wyndham Rewards launches Free Night Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 8 July 2009

The Wyndham Rewards loyalty program has launched a stay twice and earn a free night promotion for members in the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions. It has also added PAYBACK, a German loyalty program, to its network.

Until September 30, 2009, Wyndham Rewards members who stay twice at any of Wyndham Hotel Groups 11 brands with over 6,000 participating locations, will earn their choice of 15,000 Wyndham Rewards points, enough for a free night stay, or a combination of Wyndham Rewards points and other currencies, including airline miles or PAYBACK points.

Non-members simply need to enroll in the program and register for the promotion to be able to benefit.

With this latest Wyndham Rewards offer, were not only rewarding our guests for their continued loyalty but encouraging all travelers to experience our ever-growing and diverse portfolio of value-rich hotels, said Jill Noblett, Wyndham Hotel Group senior vice president of loyalty and direct marketing. As the program continues to expand around the world, one of our priorities is to keep the Wyndham Rewards earning and redemption network robust so that were able to reward members in the way they prefer.

The addition of PAYBACK as the newest member of the Wyndham Rewards network, allows members of both programs to earn either Wyndham Rewards points or PAYBACK points each time they stay at a participating Wyndham Hotel Group property.

PAYBACK currently has a membership base of more than 16 million people, and 42 percent of German households are enrolled in the program.

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