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Check your email! Some folks have been targeted to get $25 off $100+ bookings at select hotels on Expedia when paying with a MasterCard.
And if you aren’t already an Expedia member, you should sign-up (for free!) to see if you receive a coupon. Especially if you have an upcoming hotel stay planned!
Here’s how to use the coupon.
Save With Expedia and MasterCard
Check your email and spam folder to see if you received a discount code for $25 off $100+ bookings at certain hotels through Expedia when you pay with a MasterCard.
If didn’t get an email about the promotion and you’re not an Expedia member (free to join), try signing-up to see if you get the coupon.
The deal is good for reservations made by July 28, 2016, for travel through September 30, 2016. But the fine print says supplies are limited. So I’d book sooner rather than later!
Note: Most of the larger chain hotels are NOT included in the deal. But smaller hotels can often offer a more authentic experience.
If you were targeted, the email from Expedia will have a coupon code. On the check-out page under the “Payment” section, you’ll see where you can “Enter a coupon or promotion code.” Add your code there and the discount will be applied!
Just remember, you MUST pay with a MasterCard to get the discount. A card like the Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard would be a good choice, because along with the discount, you’ll earn 2X Barclaycard Arrival Plus miles on your purchase.
Is This a Good Offer?
This could be a good deal for folks who have stays planned at one of the hotels included in the promotion.
Just remember to do the math to make sure you’re getting the best deal!
And you can transfer flexible points like Chase Ultimate Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards to different hotel programs.