Under the new rules, members can redeem 15,000 points for a free night at more than 7,500 hotels worldwide. No blackout dates apply. At some hotels, members may use 3,000 points plus cash to pay for their room.
How you accrue points has changed too.
Members earn 10 points for every dollar spent or at least 1,000 points per stay, whichever is larger. So whether you bed down at a Super 8 or a Wyndham Grand, you receive the same number of points.
Not everyone may like the changes. Under Wyndham's old rewards program, members could score free rooms at lower-tier properties starting at 5,500 points.
It's worth noting that Wyndham is spending $100 million to promote the new program and hired the slightly scary Kristofer Hivju from "Game of Thrones" as the Wyndham Rewards Wyzard to get the word out, a company statement says.
You can expect to see (or hear) Hivju featured in TV, radio and online ads and on the company's website.
Info: Wyndham Rewards