2022 Daily Getaways

Daily Getaways Deal: Wyndham Points (Good for Free Night(s) at 8,000+ Hotels)

Written by Charlie

Today only, Daily Getaways has a deal on buying points for Wyndham hotels. This could be a great way to save money on an upcoming stay.

Today’s deal from Daily Getaways is one that has gone up in price slightly over the years (was $150 and now is $175) but that is not the real part that hurts this deal. The real change that effects this deal is that Wyndham changed their reward structure a few years ago and now 15,000 points is not all you need for some of their hotels. Still, this deal has some great value if you know what to do with the points.

Daily Getaways Deal: Wyndham Points

Link: Daily Getaways Deal

There is just one package available – 15,000 Wyndham Reward points for $175 and it goes on sale at 1PM ET. That makes things pretty easy for today! There are 766 packages available which is down quite a bit from what it was in years past. But, I cannot blame Daily Getaways for that because these points have never sold out their first day and you can normally still buy them all the way until the end of the Daily Getaways.

But, 15,000 points no longer are enough for any hotel in the Wyndham portfolio. Now, there are almost 400 hotels that cost 30,000 points per night. Or, you can spend 6,000 points and cash to cover those rooms. As you can guess, many of those 400 hotels are in the most expensive/luxurious markets so if you want a “free” night in any of those places, plan on buying 2 packages to get the full 30,000 points – which will set you back $350.

And, as it would happen, 2 packages is the max that any member can buy so 30,000 points will be the limit. Here is how their award tiers break down:

  • Tier 1 at 7,500 points per night
  • Tier 2 at 15,000 points per night
  • Tier 3 at 30,000 points per night

The image that Daily Getaways used is the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach in Florida. That is coming in at 30,000 points per night or (on a random night in January) at $429. So, if this was something that you wanted, it could make sense to buy the points.

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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