Today Only: Save Up to 45% on Discounted Hotel Bookings With TravelPony

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Today Only:  Save Up to 45% on Discounted Hotel Bookings With TravelPony

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Today only, you’ll save up to 45% off already discounted hotels when you book through TravelPony and use the promotion code “TPSAVINGS.”

You Can Save Up To 45% on Discounted Hotels TODAY With TravelPony

Is This a Good Deal?

Link:   TravelPony

Link:   My Review of TravelPony

If you need to pay for a hotel stay and can find a discounted hotel on TravelPony, this could be a very good deal.  Maybe there aren’t any award nights available, or you’re saving your points for a more expensive hotel room.

TravelPony offers discounts of 10% to 70% off regular hotel rates.  I compared TravelPony to other sites and most (not all) of the time, TravelPony has the cheapest rooms.

TravelPony doesn’t always have a very good selection of hotels.  They don’t have hotels in every city, but you can usually find a hotel in major cities.   Definitely shop around to make sure you get the best price, because sometimes other sites are still cheaper.

TravelPony Sells Discounted Hotel Rooms in Over 3,000 Cities

By using the “TPSAVINGS” sale promotion code, you’ll save up to 45% on your booking.  You might get a great deal!

That said, I did a few dummy searches for hotels today and most of the discounts were between 10% and 25%.  But that’s still a very good deal.

Don’t expect points or elite status credit (and benefits) if you book through TravelPony.  If you get a stay credit towards elite status or benefits, consider it a bonus!

Want To Sign-Up for TravelPony?

Link:   Sign-Up for TravelPony

If you’re not yet signed-up for TravelPony, new members can get a code for a $35 discount on a booking of at least $200.  This is my link, so when you join I’ll get $25 and you’ll get $35 to use on a booking.  Then, if you refer your friends and family, they’ll get $35 and you’ll get $25.

If you sign-up directly on TravelPony, you’ll only get $25.

Get a $35 Credit for Signing-Up, Refer Friends and Get $25

Note:   You can NOT stack the $35 discount with the today’s sale.  TravelPony will only let you use 1 promo code at a time.  But you can stack today’s code with any $25 referral credits you have in your account.

Bottom Line

Today only, TravelPony is having a sale for up to 45% off when you use the promotion code “TPSAVINGS.”  Most hotels don’t have a full 45% discount, but I saw lots of deals for 10% to 25% off.

TravelPony’s hotel rates are already cheap, so an extra discount makes a good deal even better!  But definitely shop around before you book to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

Let me know in the comments if you find a good deal with today’s sale!

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Correction; looks like they have fixed the issue with the discount only applying to the first night. Only took them 2 days.

Not only did they jack up the prices but the discount only applies to the first night in a multi night stay. Less a sale and more of a scam.

For all the properties I looked at it appears that they raised their base prices to the level of most competitors (whereas before their base prices were often lower) and now are in some cases offering a “discount” back to the levels they were before. Looks like they are testing a new pricing/marketing model not necessarily offering real discounts beyond what they already offered.

Thank you for this post! It saved me money!