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[Expedia4TD] 50% off $200+ hotel booking with expedia4td

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  • Nov 27th, 2017 11:45 am
Member
Aug 3, 2006
249 posts
125 upvotes
Calgary
ugh, that's ridiculous. i had the deal in my cart 10 mins ago. so dumb
Member
Aug 3, 2006
249 posts
125 upvotes
Calgary
yep: tdrewards site says this: Save up to 50% off select hotels through Expedia For TD– plus check back on Cyber Monday for a special offer. The Black Friday special offer has ended.

Maybe something will show up cyber monday
Jr. Member
Aug 18, 2004
172 posts
43 upvotes
Toronto
where does one even enter the coupon code? can't find a spot
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Sep 19, 2004
22454 posts
4306 upvotes
Waterloo
deelmkr wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 1:44 pm
where does one even enter the coupon code? can't find a spot
at checkout page, above your card CVV box
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Member
May 31, 2005
259 posts
428 upvotes
It's near where you would put in your CC Security code. However as others have mentioned this short lived promo seems to be over.
Jr. Member
Aug 18, 2004
172 posts
43 upvotes
Toronto
ahh thanks..at least i'll be ready for cyber monday now
Deal Addict
Mar 29, 2012
1298 posts
259 upvotes
Vancouver
anyone have experience booking hotels with expedia? heading to tokyo in 3 weeks.
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Jul 20, 2010
2735 posts
712 upvotes
Vancouver
deelmkr wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 1:51 pm
ahh thanks..at least i'll be ready for cyber monday now
any idea what they were last year?
Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2008
1069 posts
158 upvotes
Ottawa
Sucks. I never knew about this promo. (didn't get an email). Was able to use the 75% off one though

Was this code valid for any hotels?
Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2008
1069 posts
158 upvotes
Ottawa
A bit bitter that TD didn't advertise this better.
Deal Addict
Aug 18, 2009
1266 posts
554 upvotes
Toronto
cell21 wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 3:06 pm
A bit bitter that TD didn't advertise this better.
Their promos like this are always a joke. There's an extremely low limit on the number of redemptions allowed, which goes in about 5 minutes. Plus their website always slows to a crawl so you'll be lucky if you can even log in at all to try.
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Aug 8, 2008
1069 posts
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Ottawa
VertigoM wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 3:11 pm
Their promos like this are always a joke. There's an extremely low limit on the number of redemptions allowed, which goes in about 5 minutes. Plus their website always slows to a crawl so you'll be lucky if you can even log in at all to try.
Well. Expedia advertised their promo at least, so I knew they would have a code. I had experience with this last year and was better prepared. I managed to get 5 nights in Venice last week of March for roughly $400 all in (junior suite with breakfast). I was at the checkout page when code was posted, so managed to snag it (card details were already entered)

TD didn't have any kind of advertising whatsoever???? The only thing I have is an email they sent at 12:02 (AFTER the promo started).

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