What are Wyndham Rewards Points Worth?

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As of October 2019, Wyndham Rewards points are worth approximately $0.009 USD each. This means 1,000 Wyndham Rewards points are worth about $9.00 USD, and 50,000 Wyndham Rewards points are worth about $450.00.

This also makes Wyndham Rewards points slightly more more valuable than Hilton, IHG, or Marriott points, but less valuable than Accor or Hyatt points.

Since guests earn 10 points for each dollar spent at Wyndham brands (minimum 1,000 points per stay), before any elite status bonuses, this means you get an effective rebate of 9.0% — in the form of Wyndham Rewards points — on spending with Hyatt. This rebate percentage is higher than those for Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, or Marriott.

Those with the highest elite status level, Diamond, get a 20% points bonus, meaning they earn an effective rebate of 10.8% on spending with Wyndham. This elite status rebate rate significantly trails Hilton and Marriott but is on par with most other hotel loyalty programs.

The co-branded Barclay Wyndham Rewards Visa, with no annual fee, earns 3 points per dollar spent at Wyndham brands and properties and 2 points per dollar spent on gas, groceries, and utilities. All other purchases earn 1 point per dollar spent.

This works out to an effective rebate of 2.7% at Wyndham, 1.8% on the bonus gas, groceries, and utilities categories, and 0.9% on all other purchases.

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