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Outdoors equipment website Moosejaw is offering 50% back in rewards on full-priced jackets, clothes, and winter gear today for Cyber Monday with code CYBERSALE. That can stack really well with 25 Wyndham points per dollar through the Wyndham Rewards portal (or 15x through Rakuten) for some fantastic deals if you’re into popular outdoor brands. You may even be able to stack with 3x via Rakuten card-linked offer or 4% via Google Pay card-linked offer for a bit more back yet.
- Outdoors equipment website Moosejaw is offering 50% back in rewards on qualifying full priced products (looks like full priced jackets, clothing, and winter sports gear) with promo code TURKEYSAMMY
- Direct link to this deal
- For Moosejaw Rewards members only. New members enroll for free during checkout.
- You must use code TURKEYSAMMY for this to work.
- Moosejaw Reward Dollars are cut by three quarters for sale items. So, if you get something on sale you’ll actually get 12.5% back instead of 50% back.
- Promotional Moosejaw Reward Dollars cannot be earned on Gift Cards, Bikes, Cargo Boxes, Coolers, Snowshoes, Kayaks and SUPs.
- Additional exclusions may apply.
- This promotional code is good only on Monday, November 29th, 2021.
- Reward Dollars won’t show up in your account until after your order is shipped.
The stacks here look pretty solid, particularly if you value Wyndham Rewards points (and obviously only if you value Moosejaw Rewards). I’ll note that I’m new to Moosejaw, so I encourage you to do your own research to figure out whether rewards are easy to redeem, but it appears they can be applied toward future purchases (not immediately after purchase, but within a few days).
For example, take this Carhart jacket. It is available at full price for $89.99 at Moosejaw and several other sites I checked:
With coupon code TURKEYSAMMY, you’ll get 50% back in Moosejaw rewards dollars.
That’s on top of 25 Wyndham Rewards points per dollar through the Wyndham shopping portal, which would presumably add 2,250 Wyndham points since I would expect to earn 25x on the full purchase price regardless of the Moosejaw Rewards (and indeed I can confirm that on a recent Moosejaw order I earned both Moosejaw Rewards and points through the Wyndham portal).
At that price, I’m kind of tempted to 5 or 6 of those jackets. In the area where I live, I feel reasonably confident that I could sell those jackets for $50 and pocket the Moosejaw rewards to use on a GoPro or something.
The deal also works on brands like The North Face. I don’t know whether you can find this jacket for less than $150 elsewhere, but my guess is that it would probably be hard to find a better net deal than having it come with $74.47 in Moosejaw rewards dollars and 3,724 Wyndham Rewards points.
Even if you only value the Moosejaw Rewards at 50% of their face value and if you also value the Wyndham points at 1c each, that’s still a return of 50%.
This could potentially get even better with card-linked offers. Rakuten has Moosejaw at 3% / 3x Membership Rewards points per dollar for in-store offers and Google Pay has them at 4% back. I think at least one of those should stack if you link your card and use that card at checkout.
I had received an email about this deal from shopping portal Active Junky which advertises the chance to get 50% back in rewards on “Full Price Jackets, Clothing, and Winter Sports Gear”. I’m not sure exactly where the line is in terms of exclusions, but the code didn’t work on a Yeti product or GoPro that I tried (those orders were just looking at 10% back in rewards). The promo terms state that if the item you’re buying is on sale, you’ll only get 12.5% back in rewards, so you’ll want to focus on full-priced items.
Since Wyndham Rewards free night awards at some properties (including 1-bedroom Vacasa vacation rental homes) cost 13,500 points per night, I’m tempted to find $540 worth of qualifying stuff to resell. If I can get half of that back ($270) and end up with both $270 in rewards and points for a free night at a Vacasa vacation rental, I’ll probably take that deal. It’s a gamble since I don’t really know the resale market on this stuff, but I think I’m up for the gamble.