Up to 90% Off: Expedia Cyber Monday Sale!

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Act fast!  Today only, November 28, 2016, at 12:00 pm Eastern time, Expedia will have select hotels on sale for up to 90% off.

Quantities are limited, so if you see a hotel deal you like, book it before it goes away.  They’ll run new deals every hour today, Cyber Monday.

Up To 90 Off Expedia Cyber Monday Sale

Check Expedia for Hotel Deals Today After 12:00 pm Eastern Time – You Could Save up to 90% on Your Stay

I’ll show you how to save!

Save up to 90% at Expedia Today

Link:   Expedia

Starting at 12:00 pm Eastern time today, November 28, 2016, Expedia will have select hotels on sale for up to 90% off.

The discounted rates should automatically appear – there’s no promotion code required.

Unfortunately, this deal will NOT stack with the previous $50 off $200 Black Friday promotion, because that code expires at 11:59 am Eastern time today.  🙁

If you book a hotel, don’t forget to use a card which earns bonus points on travel, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Citi ThankYou Premier Card.

Bottom Line

Check Expedia every hour starting at 12:00 pm Eastern time today, November 28, 2016.  You can save up to 90% off select hotels with their Cyber Monday sale!

There’s no promotion code required to get the discount.

Let me know if you find a good deal!

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