• Wyndham Rewards Unites with Caesars Entertainment's Total Rewards

    POSTED July 9, 2017

On June 5, Wyndham Rewards revealed a new loyalty partnership with Caesars Entertainment and its Total Rewards program. The partnership will allow members of each program to receive complimentary status matches, with more rewards to come later this summer, which is the first time any partner of Total Rewards has done status matches.

It will specifically allow Wyndham Rewards members to book Total Rewards destinations through the Wyndham Hotel Group, earn and redeem points at these Total Rewards locations in the U.S. and Canada, transfer points between Total Rewards and Wyndham Rewards, and bid on hotel, restaurant and entertainment experiences.

Both Wyndham Rewards and Caesars Entertainment's Total Rewards are thrilled about the partnership.

“For the last two years, we’ve been unrelenting in our efforts to build the world’s best rewards program, applying a laser-like focus to help our members experience travel where and how they want,” says Noah Brodsky, senior vice president of loyalty and engagement at Wyndham Hotel Group. “Whether it’s a hotel, a condo, a vacation home or now, a world-class resort like Caesars Palace, no other program offers their members the breadth, the simplicity or the generosity of Wyndham Rewards.”

Now, members of both programs can receive their complimentary status match by visiting www.wyndhamrewards.com/caesars. Members at different reward levels will be able to obtain the matching level in the other program, such as Platinum in Wyndham Rewards to Platinum in Total Rewards, Diamond in Wyndham Rewards to Diamond in Total Rewards. Finally, Total Rewards members at the Seven Stars level will match to Wyndham Rewards Diamond.

“Total Rewards continues to set the standard for loyalty within gaming and entertainment, and we’re always looking for likeminded partners to elevate member benefits,” says Michael Marino, senior vice president and chief experience officer, Caesars Entertainment. “With Wyndham Rewards, we’re giving our members access to an unparalleled portfolio of hotels, condos and homes and a fast track to elevated status with one of the world’s premier rewards programs.”

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