Wyndham Timeshare Presentation Vacation Package: 3 Days / 2 Nights for $149 or $199 (6 Select Cities)

Good morning everyone.  A few days ago, I received an email from Wyndham Rewards regarding timeshare presentation vacation packages.  2 years ago, I wrote about attending 2 timeshares in Hawaii and what gifts I received from sitting through those presentations.  Right now, you can pick from 6 different cities and get a 3 day / 2 night stay for as low as $149.  You can book through the website or call the number in the email (877-393-8405).

Here are the 6 participating cities, ranging in price from $149 to $199 for a 3 day / 2 night stay.  I have never done a Wyndham timeshare presentation, so I have no idea how good these properties are, but I am sure they are worth the price.  Usually with timeshare presentations, your elite status means nothing, so having the Barclays Wyndham Rewards Credit Card will not get you anything and these stays will not count toward the current hotel promotion.

Here are the terms and conditions of the timeshare presentation.  I don’t think the state requirement is enforced because I live in California, but that state is not listed in the terms.

You, and your spouse if married, must attend a 120-minute CLUB WYNDHAM® timeshare sales presentation. Please read our Terms and Conditions to see if you meet the minimum eligibility requirements. Earliest available check-in is 8 days from the vacation purchase date. Transportation, gratuities, parking fees, room taxes ($5-$84) and meals not specifically advertised and incidentals are not included. The retail value of this package may depend on room availability, additional feature(s) and travel dates selected. Travel must be completed by December 31, 2018.

This offer is valid only for residents of the following states: AK, AZ, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, NC, NJ, NM, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, VT, WI, WV, WY.

THIS ADVERTISING MATERIAL IS BEING USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF SOLICITING SALES OF TIMESHARE INTERESTS.

Please remember the golden rule of timeshare presentations: show up, but do not buy anything!  If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.  Have a great day everyone!

29 thoughts on “Wyndham Timeshare Presentation Vacation Package: 3 Days / 2 Nights for $149 or $199 (6 Select Cities)

    1. Grant Post author

      I am in CA and I did receive the email (I also mentioned that in the post). I don’t think the state requirement is enforced.

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          1. Jason

            Have to convince my better half that it won’t be too painful to sit through. Did one a few years ago and it was painful (another company, can’t recall the name).

          2. Grant Post author

            Hopefully this won’t be too bad. I’ve only done timeshares in the US with large hotel chains. I’ve heard others have had bad experiences with timeshare presentations in Mexico and other international destinations.

  1. PJ

    I called on a similar email from Wyndham last year and they offered other destinations outside of the ones listed. Of note, you don’t get to stay at the actual Wyndham property. They put you up somewhere else, which I think is weird. Some properties had less than desirable accommodations.

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    1. Grant Post author

      Very interesting, I didn’t know they had other property is not listed. It’s also strange that he how do you stay at another property that’s not a Wyndham Hotel. Thank you for sharing PJ.

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    2. Jason

      That was our experience with another timeshare company. It was a very dirty place and had ants coming inside from multiple places. I couldn’t understand why they would do that and then expect you to be happy enough to pay to join. Nobody seemed to care about the conditions at the property they put us up at.

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      1. Grant Post author

        Eww, that’s nasty. Sorry you had a terrible experience. Hopefully your next timeshare presentation will be better.

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  2. Scott

    I own Wyndham timeshare (long time ago, wouldn’t do it again – but it is what it is) and I get calls for these all the time. I’ve done 3 in San Fran and 3 in Chicago. I’m good at saying ‘no’ so sitting through them doesn’t bother me and they often give me an Amex gift card as well as the hotel deal and the ‘spend a night on us’ cert. If you call and bargain with them (say you’re not quite sure, etc…) they might throw that gift card in. The presentation is often shorter if you’re a current owner, so I benefit from that. Yes they often put you up in a different hotel – but it’s not all that bad. There is a website you can go to that lists the possible destinations and hotels (can’t recall it now, but if I can find it i’ll repost). When you call just ask which hotels are available and pick the ‘good’ ones. SF options were the Sir Francis Drake and Pier 2620, plus another one like a Holiday Inn (there’s always one ‘blah’ one). Chicago options are the actual Wyndham property (great hotel right on the river and a block from Michigan Ave) and the Hotel Monaco (Kimpton property right down the block from the Wyndham). I like using them in Chicago and SF because where are you going to get to stay in one of those hotels for 3 nights for 149/199 total? You do have to pay the taxes for the nights. Last time I was in SF (just 2 weeks ago) was the Pier 2620 and it was 98.00 for 3 nights. Not bad. I’ve never used the ‘spend a night’ cert’s b/c I don’t stay at Wyndham properties much, but its sort of like a refund you apply for after the fact. Got another one when I was at the SF one a few weeks ago for 2 nights in Chicago (there are other choices but I picked that) for $59, so I’m going in June.

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    1. Nick

      Wow, I just signed up for a 4 day 3 night SF package for $299 for late August. Wish I would’ve seen your post — maybe I could’ve negotiated for better. At least it comes with 30k Wyndham Rewards points, which perhaps I’ll use at the Rio Mar.

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    1. Grant Post author

      Hi Scott, thank you for all the info. Glad you enjoy going to the timeshare presentations in exchange for a cheap hotel stay. The Chicago hotel sounds like a great deal. I really appreciate the help and hope you enjoy your upcoming stay.

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  3. Zeng

    They offer 4 free nights standard accommodations Tropical Adventure package at Cherry Blossom Festival in San Francisco last weekend plus $50 dining gc. We will go to their two hours timeshare presentation at Wyndham Canterbury near Fisherman’s Wharf. Choice of Destinations including Oahu, Maui Hawaii; Grand Cayman; Freeport, Bahamas; Orlando, FL; Cancun, Mexico; St. Thomas, USVI; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Hopefully it will work out.

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  6. Jimmy Ang

    I did came at presentation at Wyndham Anaheim CA about 2hour 30 minutes and they push me all the times to buy based on our budget. It start with 450/months and up and rollover only 2 years and get 12500 credit point per years. It will change after 10 years they said. I refused it and they called another manager and force me to it and asked my wife why you didn’t do for your wife as you promised when you married to make her happy, but my answer still no, even if there’s hurt my wife feeling. The manager is delusional and hypocrite you to take that offer. But unfortunately I said that I dont have any budget at this time as a refusal to them. Anyway after all long conversation then they gave up on us. And they gave $100 groupon/restaurant.com credit. Not a gift card also with destination not in CA, NV or AZ state. They gave a tropical adventure to mexico, bahamas, florida, grand cayman, virgin island that required you to pay at front $50 plus about tax ~ $60 and any other fees. You need to buy your plane ticket for your family of course.

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  7. Kristi fernandes

    Hi! I just paid $199 for 4 days and 3 nights at my choice of several properties all over the country. I’m probably choosing Orlando Florida. I have 7 days after looking over material to cancel. Just wondering about hidden cost and black out dates? Not so much worried about sitting through timeshare presentation. They also offered $175 American Express and one night stay up to $100 at a Wyndham hotel all to be used in 6 months. I’m just worried hotel won’t be available when I want it also… To good to be true?

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    1. Grant Post author

      I would try to lock in your dates as soon as you can since they only have certain dates and space available. After you get your dates set, there should not be any additional charges for the timeshare vacation package.

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  8. Thomas

    I don’t think I would do this for a few hundred dollars in savings and I would book dates of travel not buy open dated packages. There are all inclusive resort packages that save about $900 per family but are out of the USA. I’ll consider Wyndham while we are in San Fran. Thanks for the info. Tom

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