Wyndham Timeshare Offer, Get 3 Day/2 Nights for 7500 Points
Wyndham Vacation Resort has a promotion that will get you a stay of three days and two nights and one of nine eligible properties for just 7,500 Wyndham points. The catch is a 120-minute Club Wyndham timeshare sales presentation.
Book a thoughtfully appointed condo-style suite at a Wyndham Vacation Resort for just 7,500 Wyndham Rewards points. Choose from the amazing destinations below and enjoy a three-day/two-night stay. Plus, you can always stay longer if you want a full-on vacation. You can see the promotion here, and more details below.
You, and your spouse if married, must attend a 120-minute Club Wyndham timeshare sales presentation. Earliest available check-in is 8 days from the vacation purchase date. Transportation, gratuities, parking fees, room taxes ($10-$260), meals not specifically advertised and incidentals are not included. You must complete your stay no later than January 02, 2021. Package must be purchased by December 26, 2020.
- You must be at least 28 years of age with an annual household income of $75,000 (minimum income qualifications must be met by the individual or can be based on marital or cohabitating partner combined income).
- You must wait 30 days between tours and there is a maximum of four tours per household per year.
- Guests are required to redeem 7,500 Wyndham Rewards Points to secure booking.
- Valid U.S. government issued photo ID (with matching addresses for those cohabitating), or valid passport for International guests, and a major credit card required upon check-in. A debit card is not considered a major credit card.
- If you do not attend the presentation, you will be charged $150 per night and will not be refunded your deposit, unless otherwise prohibited by law.
Looks like a good promotion for those who have Wyndham Rewards points. You get three days and two nights for just 7,500 points which is a great deal. But you need to attend a two hour timeshare presentation. With other chains you are usually able to negotiate for a better offer, but I’m not sure if that works for Wyndham Vacation Resort. Could be worth a try, and let me know if you have been able to get something better in the past.
Keep in mind that you just need to sit through the presentation but they can’t force you to buy anything. But again, not everyone can say “no” over and over. And they make those deals sound pretty good. Sometimes too good. So if that’s something you’re not comfortable with, might be best to skip this Wyndham Vacation Resort offer. But if you’ve done this before, or are confident that you will resist the temptation, then could be a good opportunity.