Wyndham Rewards Earner Bonuses Now Up To 90,000 Points

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The range of Wyndham Rewards Earner cards issued by Barclays all have increased welcome offers right now that are the highest we’ve ever seen, with 90,000 points available on a couple of them.

Wyndham Rewards Earner 90,000 point offer

The Offers & Key Card Details

Card Offer and Details
Wyndham Rewards Earner Card
Up to 60K Points
45K after $1k spend in first 90 days + 15K after $2k total in first 6 months
(Offer Expires 10/14/2021)

No Annual Fee

FM Mini Review: Sign up for the bonus. Keep for the 10% award discount.


Card Type: Visa Signature or Platinum

Base
Dine
Gas
Grocery
Brand

Earning rate: ⚬ 5X Wyndham & gas ⚬ 2X restaurants & grocery ⚬ 1X everywhere else

Big spend bonus: 7,500 points each anniversary year after $15K spend

Noteworthy perks: Gold status ⚬ 10% discount on free night awards ⚬ Cardmember discount on paid stays ⚬ No foreign transaction fees

See also: Wyndham Earner credit cards review: Surprisingly strong


Card Offer and Details
Wyndham Rewards Earner Plus Card
Up to 90K Points
60K after $1k spend in first 90 days + 30K after $2k total in first 6 months
(Offer Expires 10/14/2021)

$75 Annual Fee

FM Mini Review: Not bad, but the business version is better.


Card Type: Visa Signature or Platinum

Base
Dine
Gas
Grocery
Brand

Earning rate: 6X Wyndham & gas ⚬ 4X restaurants & grocery ⚬ 1X everywhere else

Noteworthy perks: 7,500 points each anniversary year ⚬ Platinum status ⚬ 10% discount on free night awards ⚬ Cardmember discount on paid stays ⚬ No foreign transaction fees

See also: Wyndham Earner credit cards review: Surprisingly strong


Card Offer and Details
Wyndham Rewards Earner Business Card
Up to 90K Points
60K after $1k spend in first 90 days + 30K after $2k total in first 6 months
(Offer Expires 10/14/2021)

$95 Annual Fee

FM Mini Review: Excellent earning rate at gas stations and Wyndham hotels. Diamond status plus 15K annual bonus makes this card a keeper.


Card Type: Visa Signature

Base
Gas
Phone
Biz
Brand
Other

Earning rate: 8X Wyndham & gas ⚬ 5X marketing, advertising, and utilities (telecommunications, cable, satellite, electric, gas, heating oil and water) ⚬ 1X everywhere else

Noteworthy perks: 15,000 points each anniversary year ⚬ Diamond status ⚬ 10% discount on free night awards ⚬ Cardmember discount on paid stays ⚬ No foreign transaction fees

See also: Wyndham Earner credit cards review: Surprisingly strong

Quick Thoughts

As you can see, it’s now possible to earn 60,000 bonus points on the no-fee Wyndham Earner card, with 90,000 bonus points available on the Wyndham Earner Plus and Wyndham Earner Business cards which have $75 and $95 annual fees respectively.

All of these bonuses have a two-tier spending requirement, with one chunk of points coming after $1,000 of spend in the first 90 days and the second chunk coming after a total of $2,000 of spend within six months of getting the card. Earning 60,000 points on the Earner and 90,000 on the Earner Plus and Earner Business cards are all the highest bonuses we’ve seen on those cards.

While not as spectacular as the 125k + 15x offer on the Amex Platinum card, earning up to 90,000 bonus points is a solid offer. If you were to get the Wyndham Earner Business card and spent the entire $2,000 at gas stations (which might not be too hard depending on which gas stations you have near you and what they sell in-store), you’d end up with a total of 106,000 points as you’d be earning 8x on that $2,000 of spend as gas stations are a bonus category. Although it’s not quite as good, the Wyndham Rewards Earner Plus card offers 6x at gas stations.

106,000 points is almost enough for eight free nights at a 1 bedroom Vacasa property seeing as those ordinarily cost 15,000 points per night but which gets reduced to 13,500 points per night thanks to the 10% award discount benefit on the Plus and Business cards.

A $1,000 spend requirement within three months for the first tier and $2,000 spend requirement within six months for the second tier should be easy for most people to hit as that’s only an average of $333.33 per month. If you’re currently focusing on other welcome bonuses though, there might not be an urgent need to apply for one of these Wyndham cards as it looks like these increased welcome offers are due to be around until October 14. That’s three months from today to be able to apply, so you could apply later this summer or fall which would then give you the holiday season and beyond to complete the spend.

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