Hotels

Wyndham’s win a million points

Kate Webster

Wyndham is giving travellers the chance to stay all over the world with the Wyndham Rewards hotel loyalty program giving away one million Wyndham Rewards points.

Equivalent to 66 room nights, the campaign titled “Tour the World with Wyndham” will run from 1 September to 31 October 2016 across three social media channels: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to reinforce the hospitality giant’s position as the world’s most generous, simple and attainable hotel rewards program.

Participants will have the chance to win free hotel stays as part of the daily giveaway and/or be in the running to win the grand prize of a million Wyndham Rewards points at the end of the campaign simply by following these steps.

Daily prizes include two to three-night hotel stays in destinations including Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Guam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore, while the winner of one million Wyndham Rewards points will be able to redeem up to 66 free hotel stays at nearly 8,000 hotels in Wyndham Hotel Group’s collection of hotels in 73 countries across the globe.

The grand prize of a million Wyndham Rewards points is valued at USD$100,000, based on the amount a guest would typically have to spend. Every USD$100 spent equates to 1,000 Wyndham Rewards points.

The contest is open to residents of Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Vietnam and the Philippines above the age of 18. Winners of the daily giveaway will be selected every Monday on a weekly basis while the grand prize winner will be announced on 18 November 2016.

Wyndham Rewards is a simple-to-use loyalty program with a generous points earning structure that can be used to redeem free nights, along with hundreds of other rewards options including travel expenses and gift cards.

For full contest details, entry requirements, terms and conditions as well as frequently asked questions, please visit www.wyndhamap.com/tourwithwyndham.

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