Wyndham Rewards is celebrating the first anniversary of its all-inclusive Alltra brand by launching a new promotion offering 5x points plus a $100 property credit when booking stays of 2+ consecutive nights. That could be a great return depending on how long you’ll be staying and if you can make use of the property credit.
- Earn 5x points + get a $100 property credit when booking 2+ consecutive nights at Wyndham Alltra properties.
- Direct link to offer.
- 5X multiplier applies to Base Points only.
- Credit is $100 USD/CAD (or local currency equivalent), based on hotel location, and can be used toward purchase of goods/services selected for this promotion by the applicable participating property. Check with the individual resort for details on its offerings.
- Valid for stays booked by Mar. 1, 2023 and completed by Dec. 18, 2023.
Wyndham normally offers 10x points on stays, so earning 5x base points means you’ll earn a total of 50x points which is an excellent return.
The landing page for this offer states that you have to select the “Let’s Celebrate Package” to take advantage of this promotion. I was initially a little dubious about that because whenever you have to book a special rate type for a promotion such as this, it often means the extra earnings are offset by a much higher room rate. That’s not necessarily the case with this promotion though.
It looks like the “Let’s Celebrate Package” is the same rate as the Best Available Rate, so there’s no surcharge on that front. Wyndham Rewards members and cardholders are eligible for lower rates, so if you’re planning on booking a longer stay then you might do better to book that lower rate.
For example, a Junior Suite at the Wyndham Alltra Playa del Carmen can be had for $247 per night in April with the Let’s Celebrate Package or $234.65 with the Wyndham Rewards member rate. The member rate is $12.35 per night cheaper, so if you value the $100 property credit as good as cash due to anticipated spending during your stay, you’d need to stay for 9+ nights to make it worth booking the member rate even before accounting for the 5x points.
I’m not sure how useful the $100 property credit will be though. Seeing as these are all-inclusive properties, your on-site spend should be minimal unless you’ll be getting spa treatments, booking activities, drinking premium spirits, etc. If you’re unlikely to be able to make use of the $100 credit, you’ll need to do the math to decide if the additional 40x points you’ll earn will be worth the higher room rate.
One of the useful things about this rate is that it’s valid on stays from the beginning of March through mid-December, so there’s plenty of time to make use of this promotion if you’re interested.