Today Only: 15% Off Hotels Through Expedia

Today Only:  15% Off Hotels Through Expedia

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If you plan to stay at a hotel by October 31, 2017, you could save by booking today!

Until 11:59 pm Pacific Time today, July 14, 2017Expedia is giving folks 15% off when they book select hotels using the promotion code “15SUMMER“.  But lots of hotels do NOT qualify for this deal.

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Use This Promotion Code to Save 15% On Your Stay at the Kinzie Hotel in Chicago

Here’s what you need to know about this promotion.

15% Off $100+ With Expedia

Link:   Expedia

Expedia is celebrating summer by giving folks 15% off select hotels for stays through October 31, 2017!  But you’ll have to book soon to get this deal.

Here are the details:

  • You must book by 11:59 pm Pacific Time today, July 14, 2017
  • You must travel by October 31, 2017
  • Valid only for stays of $100+, excluding taxes, fees, and other costs
  • Valid only for pre-paid hotels
  • Enter the promotion code “15SUMMER” at checkout
  • This promotion is limited supply
  • Package bookings (hotel + car, hotel + air, etc) are NOT eligible

Similar to previous Expedia promotions, most major hotel chains, like IHG, Marriott, Starwood, and Wyndham are excluded.  But Best Western and Hyatt stays DO qualify for the discount!

You’ll find the promotion code box at the payment page during checkout.  So you’ll have to check each hotel one by one to see which are eligible.

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Enter Promotion Code “15SUMMER” on the Final Booking Screen

You can check out the full Terms & Conditions here.

This deal could make sense for folks who like Hyatt, Best Western, or independent hotels.  Just remember, you will NOT earn hotel points or stay credits through Expedia.  And your elite status may not be recognized.

As always, compare prices to make sure you’re getting the best deal.  And use a card that earns bonus points on 3rd-party hotel bookings, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Chase Sapphire Preferred, or Citi Prestige!

Bottom Line

Today, July 14, 2017, through 11:59 pm Pacific Time (or while supplies last), you can save 15% off a $100+ Expedia hotel booking.  On the checkout screen, use promotion code 15SUMMER for stays through October 31, 2017.

Most major chains are not included in this deal.  The 2 exceptions are Best Western and Hyatt.  See the Terms & Conditions for a full list of restrictions.

Will you jump on this deal before it expires today?

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