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Wyndham Rewards is out with an enticing-sounding promotion. You can get three nights at a resort plus up to 30,000 bonus points from only $199. As you might expect, there’s a catch – you have to sit through a timeshare presentation.
- Get a 3 night stay + up to 30,000 bonus Wyndham Rewards points from $199.
- Direct link to offer.
- Offer Details: Offers brought to you by Wyndham Vacation Resorts. Offer expires April 3, 2023. Must complete your stay within 12 months of your purchase date.
- You, and your spouse if married or partner if cohabitating, must attend a 120-minute Club Wyndham timeshare sales presentation. Please read our Terms and Conditions to see if you meet the minimum eligibility requirements.
- Earliest available check-in is 14 days from the vacation purchase date.
The headline rate here is 3 nights + 30,000 points for $199. However, that’s not what’s on offer at all the locations which include New York City, Myrtle Beach, Branson, Orlando, Anaheim and more. Some offers cost a little more than $199, others only offer 15,000 points, while others give a $150 or $200 American Express gift card instead of the bonus points, so be sure to check the terms of the offer before booking anything.
What these offers do all have in common is that you’ll have to sit through a 2+ hour timeshare presentation. A month or two into our 50 state road trip back in 2018 my wife and I did a Wyndham timeshare presentation for a deal that wasn’t as good as this – you can read about that here. Nick meanwhile sat through a timeshare presentation recently (albeit Bluegreen Vacations through Choice Privileges rather than Wyndham), so be sure to read his post for more about his experience.
Ultimately, these types of offers can work out to be great deals – especially if you want to visit one of the eligible destinations anyway – but only if you’re able to withstand the pressure and not sign up for a timeshare.