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[Hotels.com] Hotels.com GET 15% OFF WHEN YOU PAY WITH PAYPAL

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[Hotels.com] Hotels.com GET 15% OFF WHEN YOU PAY WITH PAYPAL

Just saw this in my email, if you missed the eBay Hotels.com gift card event, try book the hotel before March 20th.

GET 15% OFF
WHEN YOU PAY WITH PAYPAL
Use Code:
PAYPALSPRING19
Limited time offer. While supplies last.
Expires 3/20/2019.

Hotels.com Terms and Conditions
Use this coupon to get 15% off the price of your booking at a participating Price Guarantee hotel when you stay between 1 and 28 nights. You must pay for your stay when you make the booking and pay for your stay with a PayPal account. The discount only applies to the first room in the booking. You’ll need to pay the full price for any other rooms. The discount doesn’t apply to any taxes, fees or additional costs. To use this coupon, you must be over 18 years old and resident in the United States or Canada. You may only use this coupon for bookings made between 12:01 am MT on 2/20/2019 and 11:59pm MT on 3/20/2019 on the US or CA version of Hotels.com for a stay to be completed between 2/20/2019 and 5/31/2019. Bookings are subject to availability and the hotel’s terms and conditions. This coupon can’t be used for: 1. Package bookings i.e. hotel + flight 2. Bookings made through Group Travel Services 3. Bookings paid for at the hotel 4. Bookings paid for in a foreign currency 5. Bookings at non-participating hotels 6. Bookings made prior to receipt of this coupon Go to https://ca.hotels.com/page/hotel-exclus ... cale=en_CA for a list of non-participating hotels. Participating hotels are subject to change at any time. You can only use this coupon for a maximum of five bookings and each time it must be used in full. After those five bookings you won’t be able to use this coupon again, even if you cancel one or more of those bookings. This coupon is only valid for the first 10000 bookings made by all customers using this coupon. You’ll be able to check that it’s still valid before completing a booking. There’s a limit of one coupon per booking. This coupon can be combined with discounted prices on Hotels.com. It cannot however be used in conjunction with any other promotion on Hotels.com, whether offered by a third party or otherwise. You can’t collect or redeem Hotels.com™ Rewards nights when you use this coupon. You can’t apply this coupon to taxes, fees, or charges including, without limitation, extra guests, phone calls, cancellation fees, parking, or other charges. You must pay these charges when you make your booking, or directly at the hotel. You can’t redeem this coupon for cash, and it can’t be transferred or sold. It’s void where prohibited by law. Improper use of the coupon by you is prohibited and could be construed as fraud. We reserve the right to change or withdraw this offer at any time and to cancel any bookings made where the coupon has been used to make any speculative, false or fraudulent bookings or any bookings in anticipation of demand. Usual booking terms and conditions apply (see hotels.ca/customer_care/terms_conditions.html) and all bookings are subject to availability. Hotels.com is the promoter of this offer. These terms and conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with the State of Washington.
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Thanks OP
Even a better deal than the gift card deal from eBay
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Smartchen wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:16 pm
Thanks OP
Even a better deal than the gift card deal from eBay
With ebay deal you get 15% off + you can use whatever coupon there is, usually 10% off, so not exactly a better deal per se.
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Madevilz wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:19 pm
With ebay deal you get 15% off + you can use whatever coupon there is, usually 10% off, so not exactly a better deal per se.
I don’t think the eBay coupons ever applied to gift cards
Or you may have a targeted code that applies to GC’s
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Everytime I search hotels.com there are decent deals but I end up booking directly with the chain and a CAA-AAA discount for the same or even less money. No prepaying or funky cancellation policies. Sometimes you can stack rebates sites and still get hotel rewards. Do your homework!
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Smartchen wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:23 pm
I don’t think the eBay coupons ever applied to gift cards
Or you may have a targeted code that applies to GC’s
I meant Hotels.com coupons, not Ebay.
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Madevilz wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:26 pm
I meant Hotels.com coupons, not Ebay.
Ok, sorry my bad
Yes if you have a hotels.com coupon, I only get like 6% coupon most of the time though
Also eBay deal usually limit 2 to 3 gift cards
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Do you guys know if I pay through Paypal, is it still considered a "travel" expense on my credit card?

I'm asking as my credit card (BMO WE) gives more points on travel purchases.

Same question also applies for flight tickets, can I still take advantage of credit card's travel insurances if I pay with Paypal?
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ocaan wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:32 pm
Do you guys know if I pay through Paypal, is it still considered a "travel" expense on my credit card?

I'm asking as my credit card (BMO WE) gives more points on travel purchases.

Same question also applies for flight tickets, can I still take advantage of credit card's travel insurances if I pay with Paypal?
I'm pretty sure the answer is no, because Paypal itself is a broker between your card and the company you purchase from, it needs to be a direct purchase.
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Man I'm trying to reserve a hotel in Vietnam and through hotels.com there's only one hotel available in the city I want to reserve the hotel at, while with booking.com there's like 15 hotels. I'm not sure why hotels.com is so limited sometimes.
Happy Koodo Public Mobile customer :-)
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cheapbastage wrote:
Feb 20th, 2019 5:23 pm
Everytime I search hotels.com there are decent deals but I end up booking directly with the chain and a CAA-AAA discount for the same or even less money.
Depends on the hotel really.
Most hotels are 10% for AAA which is about the same as hotels.com 10 for 1.
Very few times have I seen it for much less than that.
No prepaying or funky cancellation policies.
What's wrong with prepaying?
Cancellation policies maybe, but even booking direct sometimes has "better" rates for no cancels.
Sometimes you can stack rebates sites and still get hotel rewards. Do your homework!
This is true for hotels.com too....
$88 for $100 stacks with 10 for 1.
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While an okay deal this is certainly not better than the deal with the discounted gift cards. With a gift card I can still accumulate free nights... With this promo you cannot according to the terms and conditions.
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"You can’t collect or redeem Hotels.com™ Rewards nights when you use this coupon. You can’t apply this coupon to taxes, fees, or charges including, without limitation, extra guests, phone calls, cancellation fees, parking, or other charges. "

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