Get $50 Off a $200 Expedia Hotel Booking for Downloading an App!
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Until July 7, 2014, you can get $50 off a hotel booking of $200 or more when you download and use the Expedia app on your smartphone.
Once you sign-up for the deal, Expedia will text you a coupon code to use when you book the hotel.
How Does It Work?
Go to the 4th of July Expedia Coupon link and enter your cell phone number. You’ll immediately receive a text with a 1-time use coupon code.
Download the Expedia app to your smartphone and use it to book a hotel. Remember, the hotel price must be at least $200 before taxes and fees. You can only use the coupon if you use the app to book the hotel.
When you get to the payment screen, there’ll be a drop-down box that says “Enter a coupon or promotional code.“ That’s where you enter the code that was sent to you by text message.
Before using the coupon, I’d double check sites like TravelPony and Kayak to be sure you’re getting the best deal. That’s because these sites often have rates significantly lower than other online travel agencies.
This $50 coupon must be redeemed by July 7, 2014 for a hotel stay through December 31, 2014.
But if you’re not comfortable booking a hotel by that time, you can use promotion code, “MOBILE25” by December 31, 2014, to get a $25 discount.
And you can only use 1 coupon per user account. That said, I know lots of folks who have more than 1 Expedia account in their family! 😉
You can get a coupon for $50 off a $200 Expedia hotel booking by signing-up and downloading the Expedia app to your smartphone.
It’s valid for travel between now and December 31, 2014. Only 1 coupon can be used per Expedia account.
This could be a good deal if you have a paid hotel stay coming up. But definitely shop around before you book to make sure you’re getting the best deal!
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