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Thread: Caesars Rewards (Total Rewards) and Wyndham status match

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    There's currently a status matching partnership with Wyndham Hotels.

    This one allows 2-way status matching:

    - If you have a Platinum Wyndham card, but a lower Total Rewards card, you will be matched to Caesars Rewards Platinum
    - If you have a Diamond Wyndham card, but have a lower Total Rewards card, you will be matched to Caesars Rewards Diamond

    - If you have a Platinum Caesars Rewards card, but a lower Wyndham card, you will be matched to Wyndham Platinum
    - If you have a Diamond or Seven Stars Caesars Rewards card, but a lower Wyndham card, you will be matched to Wyndham Diamond

    Here are the perks of the Wyndham program: https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/wyndha.../member-levels

    You should definitely do this if you're a TR Platinum or higher, but don't have similar Wyndham status.

    If you have a Wydham Platinum or Diamond and are lower for Total Rewards, you should also do this, just for the parking benefit (for Platinum) and the various Diamond benefits.


    The Process

    First, you need to make sure you have BOTH a Total Rewards and Wyndham account.

    If you don't, use these links to sign up:

    Wyndham: https://www.wyndhamrewards.com/trec/...ction?variant=

    Total Rewards: https://www.caesars.com/program/


    Now, pick the status you want matched:

    If you are a TR Platinum higher, and you want a higher Wyndham card, click here: https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/wyndha...s/status-match

    If you are a Wyndham Platinum or higher, and you want a higher Total Rewards card, first login to your Caesars Rewards account, then click here: https://caesars.com/myrewards/profile/#wyndham

    That's it!
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  2. #2
    Thank you for sharing this. I am definitely going to be taking advantage of this. I have only stayed at Wyndhams a few times for personal travel but they were very nice. There were just never enough of them in my frequent business destinations to make working the program worthwhile, when there were locations in other programs that I already have high status in.

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    You can now transfer Wyndham points to Total Rewards RCs, or vice-versa -- up to 30k points total (in either direction).

    These points transfer at a 1:1 rate (that's what I heard, but it's not verified).

    Wyndham points, however, tend to be worth less than a penny each. Here's an analysis: https://www.valuepenguin.com/wyndham-rewards-program

    So it's probably better to transfer Wyndham points to RCs, rather than the reverse.

    You can only do it in multiples of 10,000 points.

    Transfer Wyndham to TR: https://www.wyndhamrewards.com/trec/...esars#transfer

    Transfer TR to Wyndham: https://www.totalrewards.com/mytotal...913979#wyndham
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