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Wyndham Rewards to Give Away 10 Million Points

Loyalty Program Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

PARSIPPANY, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 03/11/14 -- In celebration of its milestone 10 year anniversary, Wyndham Rewards®, the only hotel loyalty program to offer Guaranteed Rewards after just one qualified stay, is giving members a chance to win their share of more than 10 million Wyndham Rewards points.

Now through the end of December, members can enter daily for their chance to win by visiting and answering a brief trivia question about the program, participating hotel brands or travel in general.

Each month, 10 lucky winners will be chosen at random from among all eligible entries to receive 100,000 Wyndham Rewards points each, enough for 10 free nights or more at thousands of hotels around the world. Additionally, one grand prize winner will be randomly chosen at the end of the sweepstakes period to receive 200,000 Wyndham Rewards points, enough for 20 free nights.

"Ten years ago, we set out to create a loyalty program that offered members not only the greatest number of participating hotels but a faster and easier way to earn tangible, meaningful rewards," said Mike Mueller, vice president of loyalty, marketing and partnerships at Wyndham Hotel Group. "With nearly 7,000 hotels in more than 50 countries, hundreds of earning and redemption partners, and some of the most affordable reward options in the industry, we're thrilled with what we've been able to achieve so far and even more excited about the great rewards that we continue to deliver to members."

The Wyndham Rewards "10 Year Celebration Trivia Sweepstakes" is available now through December 31, 2014 and is open to U.S. and Canadian members of the Wyndham Rewards loyalty program, which is free-to-join. Examples of 10 and 20 free nights based on redemption of points at any tier three (or below) hotel. No purchase is necessary to enter and a correct trivia answer is not required. For official rules, visit

About Wyndham Rewards
Wyndham Rewards, the free-to-join guest loyalty program of Wyndham Hotel Group, is the world's largest lodging loyalty program as measured by number of participating hotels and the only hotel loyalty program to offer members guaranteed rewards after just one qualified stay.

With nearly 7,000 participating hotels throughout more than 50 countries, the program offers its over 8.5 million active members the opportunity to earn valuable points for their qualified stays. Those points may be redeemed for hundreds of rewards options including free hotel stays, airline travel, gift cards for leading retailers and restaurants and more. Free stays start as low as 5,500 points, while other reward options start as low as 50 points. Members may also choose to earn with nearly 20 leading airline carriers and other partners.

In addition to the above benefits, frequent travelers will appreciate the program's newly introduced Gold Status, which provides the program's most loyal members with an additional free night after every 20 qualified nights. For more information or to join, visit

About Wyndham Hotel Group
Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation (NYSE: WYN), is the world's largest and most diverse hotel company with approximately 7,490 hotels and over 645,400 rooms in 70 countries under 15 hotel brands. To learn more about our family of hotel brands visit For hotel franchising opportunities visit

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