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Book a Hotel in Vancouver (Now until Feb 29, 2020), get up to $125 Visa GC

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Book a Hotel in Vancouver (Now until Feb 29, 2020), get up to $125 Visa GC

Deal Link:
https://www.stayvancouverhotels.com/
***The link is redirecting to Hotels.Com for some reason, copy this link and paste it in a new browser window to view the deal

Promo Code: VISA
The Deal:
Get VISA Reward Cards worth: $50, $75, $100 or $125 per booking! PLUS $50 for every subsequent night booked!

How to Get It:
1) Use the promo code “VISA”
2) Pick your dates
3) Select a hotel and room
4) Book your stay
5) You’re done!

The Details:
• Book through StayVancouverHotels.com using promo code “VISA”.
• Booking subsequent nights as separate reservations will be treated the same as a single reservation for multiple nights.
• The first night qualifies for the full reward amount plus $50 per subsequent night.
• Stay must be between now and February 29, 2020.
• Three bookings maximum.
• VISA card(s) will be delivered at check-in.
• Bookings can be made using VISA, MasterCard, or American Express.
• This offer is limited and may end at any time.
• Non-cancellable promotion.
• StayVancouverHotels.com Terms & Conditions Apply.

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Edit: Once you search the hotels and dates, you will see what kind of Visa amount you will get with each hotel.
Last edited by jellytime on Oct 15th, 2019 3:56 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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The homepage is real clear which hotels get which cards.
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Is anyone else getting redirected to hotels.com with the link I posted?

It's redirecting me to hotels.com
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Link takes me to hotels.com?

You may be able to apply the Visa immediately to the room bill when you checkout.

Some deals I saw with a random date:
Sheraton Wall Centre: $167 with $100 Visa
Sutton Place: $195 with $100
Pinnacle: $194 - $100
Coast Coal Harbour $206 - $100
Westin Grand $224 - $100
Hyatt Regency $233 - $100
Pan Pacific $251 - $125
Fairmont: $239 - $125
Fairmont Waterfront $263 - $125
Last edited by Lone_Prodigy on Oct 15th, 2019 3:46 pm, edited 1 time in total.
TripleQ wrote:I read Click magazine for the articles!
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Lone_Prodigy wrote: Link takes me to hotels.com?

You may be able to apply the Visa immediately to the room bill when you checkout.

Rooms at the Sutton Place look to be as low as $200 with a $100 Visa.
Same with me, just copy the URL and paste it to a new tab to view deal.
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jellytime wrote: Is anyone else getting redirected to hotels.com with the link I posted?

It's redirecting me to hotels.com
I think it's how RFD is catching URLs for affiliate plugs.
Since your URL ends in "hotels.com" it's probably matching a rule for the actual hotels.com rather than stayvancouverhotels.com
Someone goofed on regex.
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Actually some decent deals for New Year's Eve

Pinnacle 4* is $195 with $100 Visa
Residence by Marriott 3* is $195 - $100
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Lone_Prodigy wrote: Link takes me to hotels.com?

You may be able to apply the Visa immediately to the room bill when you checkout.

Some deals I saw with a random date:
Sheraton Wall Centre: $167 with $100 Visa
Sutton Place: $195 with $100
Pinnacle: $194 - $100
Coast Coal Harbour $206 - $100
Westin Grand $224 - $100
Hyatt Regency $233 - $100
Pan Pacific $251 - $125
Fairmont: $239 - $125
Fairmont Waterfront $263 - $125
Notes:
taxes and fees are about 20%

No it’s extremely ymmv on being able to apply visas to the stay. Typically you’ll get them at check / out and flat out told no you can’t pay with that must be by original paymentmeth
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Please support the hotel workers who are on strike:
Unionized workers have been on strike outside the Hotel Georgia (at Georgia and Howe) since Sept 22. The Pinnace Hotel Harbourfront (on Hastings between Thurlow and Bute), Hyatt Regency (on Burrard between Dunsmuir and Georgia) and Westin Bayshore (on the water at the top end of Cardero) have been behind picket lines since Sept. 19.

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-new ... ng-workers
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thesick wrote: Notes:
taxes and fees are about 20%

No it’s extremely ymmv on being able to apply visas to the stay. Typically you’ll get them at check / out and flat out told no you can’t pay with that must be by original paymentmeth
I was able to apply it but that was a couple years ago. Definitely YMMV.
TripleQ wrote:I read Click magazine for the articles!
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haywarddaryl wrote: Please support the hotel workers who are on strike:
Unionized workers have been on strike outside the Hotel Georgia (at Georgia and Howe) since Sept 22. The Pinnace Hotel Harbourfront (on Hastings between Thurlow and Bute), Hyatt Regency (on Burrard between Dunsmuir and Georgia) and Westin Bayshore (on the water at the top end of Cardero) have been behind picket lines since Sept. 19.

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-new ... ng-workers
When you say support the hotel workers, how does one do that?

Does that mean we shouldn't be booking hotels in Downtown Vancouver?
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jellytime wrote: When you say support the hotel workers, how does one do that?

Does that mean we shouldn't be booking hotels in Downtown Vancouver?
You shouldn't book at certain hotels in downtown Vancouver right now because you might have to cross the picket line. Some of the hotels have been hiring new workers while the unionized workers are on strike. Read the article I posted for more information.
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haywarddaryl wrote: You shouldn't book at certain hotels in downtown Vancouver right now because you might have to cross the picket line. Some of the hotels have been hiring new workers while the unionized workers are on strike. Read the article I posted for more information.
Oh, just don't book at the hotels in the article. Got it, that seems so obvious now.

I guess since i'm not in a union I don't really understand them and their protocols. Also, how can one just support a union if they know nothing about them? Seems perculiar to support something just because you're affiliated with them.

Anyway, I hope they come to a mutually beneficial resolution.
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Seems like a new version of Amex's BeVancouver. That was a great promo too. Hotel nights were purchased all-in at $0-40/night (after the $125 credit), as long as you switched hotels each night.

They gave you the $125 GC at checkout and you gave it right back. I haven't yet studied the fine print on this one.
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Book it 1 day daily until promo over?
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thesick wrote:
No it’s extremely ymmv on being able to apply visas to the stay. Typically you’ll get them at check / out and flat out told no you can’t pay with that must be by original payment method.
That hotel clerk behaved inappropriately then.

You're still using the original credit card on file for the balance, but applying a GC or another payment as a credit. People share rooms all the time and one person plugs in their 1/2 payment before the final (original person) settles.

Be careful with your wording. Don't ask to replace the original method of payment. They've already put a pre-authorization through (a temporarily funds hold). They want to close that out, but it will be adjusted way down as a result of the GC.

Back with the Amex promo, one hotel owed me money after that one-night stay. I told them "keep it" because the clerk couldn't find a manager for help with that one.
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haywarddaryl wrote: Please support the hotel workers who are on strike:
Unionized workers have been on strike outside the Hotel Georgia (at Georgia and Howe) since Sept 22. The Pinnace Hotel Harbourfront (on Hastings between Thurlow and Bute), Hyatt Regency (on Burrard between Dunsmuir and Georgia) and Westin Bayshore (on the water at the top end of Cardero) have been behind picket lines since Sept. 19.

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-new ... ng-workers
Yeah everyone’s tune would change if they were hotel owners. While Hotels made a killing for 75 years & they have over charged for ages but with Airbnb on the scenes bottom lines are effected combined with huge property taxes yearly. The hay days are over and ppl want wage increases lol, how much money have people lost for striking for so long lol. Bottom line if you don’t like ur job go find another one or find secondary incomes. Face With Tears Of Joy
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sounds like a no brainer
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My point was to make people aware of the local situation before coming here. It was not to open the doors for baseless political rhetoric. The strike is not about wages. But then again... If you did your research you wouldn't need people like me to do it for you.

As someone who lives and works in Vancouver, I hope you enjoy your stay here and please tip the help by not crossing the picket line. The BC Federation of Labour thanks you.
https://globalnews.ca/news/6006876/vanc ... ott-bcfed/
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Wow none of these are the hotels on the cheapest list. So I am OK. Dont wanna piss off the unions :-)
haywarddaryl wrote: My point was to make people aware of the local situation before coming here. It was not to open the doors for baseless political rhetoric. The strike is not about wages. But then again... If you did your research you wouldn't need people like me to do it for you.

As someone who lives and works in Vancouver, I hope you enjoy your stay here and please tip the help by not crossing the picket line. The BC Federation of Labour thanks you.
https://globalnews.ca/news/6006876/vanc ... ott-bcfed/

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