Get 15% Off Hotels.com Room Reservations

Just sign up to receive emails and Hotels.com will give you a 15% off coupon code. You can unsubscribe from e-mails right away if you wish.

The coupon is valid for prepaid hotels booked by May 31 for travel through November 30. Using the coupon precludes earning credit in Hotels.com’s own loyalty program.

Terms and conditions are somewhat screwy in that the text – presumably in error – references only a 10% discount.

Terms and conditions:

Use this coupon to get 10% off the price of your booking at a participating Price Match Guarantee hotel when you stay between 1 and 28 nights.

You must pay for your stay when you make the booking. The discount only applies to the first room in the booking. You’ll need to pay the full price for any other rooms. The discount doesn’t apply to any taxes, fees or additional costs.

To use this coupon, you must be over 18 years old. You may only use this coupon for bookings made between 12:01 am MT on 29/03/2016 and 11:59pm MT on 31/05/2016 for a stay to be completed between 29/03/2016 and 30/11/2016. Bookings are subject to availability and the hotel’s terms and conditions.

This coupon can’t be used for:

Package bookings i.e. hotel + flight
Bookings made through Group Travel Services
Bookings paid for at the hotel
Bookings paid for in a foreign currency
Bookings at non-participating hotels
Bookings made prior to receipt of this coupon
Go to http://www.hotels.com/page/hotel-exclusions/?pos=HCOM_US&locale=en_US for a list of non-participating hotels. Participating hotels are subject to change at any time.

You can only use this coupon once and in full. You won’t be able to use it again, even if you cancel your booking. There’s a limit of one coupon per booking.

This coupon can be combined with discounted prices on Hotels.com. It cannot however be used in conjunction with any other promotion on Hotels.com, whether offered by a third party or otherwise.

You can’t collect or redeem Hotels.com™ Rewards nights when you use this coupon.

You can’t apply this coupon to taxes, fees, or charges including, without limitation, extra guests, phone calls, cancellation fees, parking, or other charges. You must pay these charges when you make your booking, or directly at the hotel.

(HT: celinebb)

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Comments

  1. beware that using coupons will negate the 7% cash back from portals like TOPCASHBACK. normally the 10% WR rebate + 7% cash back from portal is more than the 15%.

  2. Awesome. Just saved me $60 for my hotel in Greece this summer. Hopefully the Ebates 6% stacks on this too which would net me another $25.

  3. Yep, all the chains are EXCLUDED. I tried Marriott and Homewood. NOPE and NOPE. Between this and high hotel rates(even in comparison to hotel’s website), I really feel like Hotel.Com is one big SCAM

  4. I find I get much better value out of hotels.com reward nights — I travel a lot for work to inexpensive locations usually where there are no chains available. For every 10 nights, I get back the average value as a “free night.” They usually amount to about $40 (because hotels in Thailand and SE Asia are so inexpensive to begin with). I then use those towards leisure stays anywhere. This deal excludes earning those nights…. Hotels.com is great for the person not tied to a brand program — and their customer service once you reach “gold level” is some of the best I’ve ever experienced — I was once snow delayed by 2.5 days going to Miami on a VERY busy weekend. Hotels.com paid to keep our reservation (there was almost nothing to be had elsewhere, and the hotel was going to give our room away as a no show if we didn’t check in.) And then refunded the nights back plus booked us extra nights when we were able to shift our return flight later.

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