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15,000 American Airline Miles by Staying at Wyndham Hotels

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Wyndham hotels is running a partnership with American Airlines where you can earn up to 15,000 bonus AAdvantage miles. With this promotion you’ll earn 3,000 bonus miles for every stay, up through your 5th stay. It is actually an extremely lucrative promotion which runs through February 29, 2016. To take advantage of this offer, you…

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Amex Daily Getaways: Purchase Wyndham Points at a Discount

Tomorrow’s Daily Getaway promotion (Week 1, Day 1) is offering the opportunity to purchase Wyndham Rewards points at a discount. This is one I took advantage of in 2011 and 2012, but starting last year did not provide as good of a value. Unfortunately, this year is even a worse value then last year, BUT……

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Transfer Your Hotel Points to American Airline Miles and Get a 25% Bonus

American Airlines is offering a 25% bonus when you transfer select hotel points to your AAdvantage account. This offer is valid through March 31, 2014 and bonus points should post within 7 days after you initiate the transfer. While this is a great promotion for those looking to unload their hotel points, typically transferring miles…

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Significant Devaluation of Wyndham Points for Airline Transfers

A few weeks ago I wrote about an excellent way to use your Wyndham Reward points to earn the Southwest Airlines companion pass. At the time, I was able to transfer 336,000 Wyndham Reward points to Southwest at a rate of 8,000 Wyndham points = 2,400 Southwest points. Unfortunately, as of yesterday, January 31, 2014,…

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Transfer Your Wyndham Points to United for a 25% Bonus

Over the past few years I’ve been increasing my Wyndham point balance by purchasing points really really cheap. This was due to a few different promotions/offers: 1) Amex Daily Getaywas; and 2) Two different stay at a participating hotel and earn 16,000 bonus points. I personally “purchased” these points to transfer them to participating airlines…

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