News You Can Use – Book by Tomorrow for Discounted Hotels & Avoid Paying More for the Chase Ink Plus!

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 1.   $60 Off $400 at Hotels.com

Book at Hotels.com through January 18, 2015 (tomorrow), and you can save $60 off $400.  Your stay must be completed by May 31, 2015, to qualify for the discount.

News You Can Use Book By Tomorrow For Discounted Hotels Avoid Paying More For The Chase Ink Plus
Enter Code “EMNEWYEAR60US” at Check Out to Save $60 When You Spend $400 or More at Hotels.com

The coupon code is limited to 12,000 uses and could expire before the end date.

You can also earn 5X points on your booking at Hotels.com by clicking through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal.

Keep in mind, that you won’t get your elite status benefits such as free internet and room upgrades when you book through Hotels.com.   You also will NOT collect Welcome Rewards when you book with this coupon.

So do the math to make sure this deal makes sense for you!

2.   15% Off Hotels at Orbitz

Book your hotel stay through Orbitz by January 18, 2015 (Tomorrow), and use promotion code “GETHAPPY” to save 15% on hotel stays through June 30, 2015.

News You Can Use Book By Tomorrow For Discounted Hotels Avoid Paying More For The Chase Ink Plus
Use Promo Code “GETHAPPY” and Follow These Steps to Save 15% on Hotels at Orbitz!

3.   Don’t End Up Paying a Higher Annual Fee for the Chase Ink Plus!

Via MileValue, Chase is testing new annual fees for the Chase Ink Plus card.

The usual annual fee is $95 (waived for the 1st year).  But when you apply you might also get 1 of these offers:

  • $95 annual fee NOT waived for the 1st year
  • $150!!! annual fee waived for the 1st year

You can try opening the Chase Ink Plus page in different browsers to get the best offer.

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