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Enjoy your hotel stay using the Wyndham Rewards MasterCard

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PRESS RELEASE: Your bags are packed and you're ready to go.  But you aren't really ready for the trip until your wallet is stocked with your Wyndham Rewards MasterCard -- the reward credit card that offers points on stays at more than 6,000 hotels in the U.S. and Canada.

Compare Reward Credit CardsUsing your Wyndham Rewards MasterCard credit card, you'll earn two points on every dollar in net purchases made with the card, plus 13 points for every dollar spent on qualifying Wyndham hotel stays.  Not just any rewards setup, it is the world's largest hotel rewards program.

The points you collect can be redeemed for various options, including free hotel stays at Days Inn, Howard Johnson and more.  Additionally, redeem you points for gift certificates you can apply for purchases at major retailers like Target, Home Depot and Best Buy.

Points aren't all you'll get with a Wyndham Rewards MasterCard credit card.  This Bank of America credit card also offers a 0 percent introductory APR on balance transfers and cash advance checks for the first 12 billing cycles.  All this comes with no annual fee. 

Meanwhile, complete fraud protection and 24-hour online account access means you can rest assured that your Wyndham Rewards MasterCard credit card is safe and the account remains in good hands -- your own.

Therefore, frequent hotel guests will want to make sure they have their Wyndham Rewards MasterCard credit card on hand during their next overnight stay.

Published: February 16, 2007


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