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[Orbitz] Orbitz 20% Off Hotels (Book by 10/16/14, Travel until 3/31/15)

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[Orbitz] Orbitz 20% Off Hotels (Book by 10/16/14, Travel until 3/31/15)

Orbitz has a promo right now, 20% off hotel stays (including 1 night stays).

Promo code is OUTTAHERE.

One big 'plus' for me for Orbitz (vs other sites like Expedia) is that you can enter the promo code right away when you search, and it'll clearly indicate which hotel is "promo code eligible" (whereas others you have to get to final checkout/payment page, then try and enter the code).

Happy Travels! :)
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Thanks. Be careful that prices quoted at in USD probably.
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tks for the post.

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Thank You. Just booked my short trip in Nov.
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ryantoy wrote:
Oct 14th, 2014 9:35 am
Orbitz has a promo right now, 20% off hotel stays (including 1 night stays).

Promo code is OUTTAHERE.

One big 'plus' for me for Orbitz (vs other sites like Expedia) is that you can enter the promo code right away when you search, and it'll clearly indicate which hotel is "promo code eligible" (whereas others you have to get to final checkout/payment page, then try and enter the code).

Happy Travels! :)
Sites like Orbitz are little more than scams. The quote inflated prices and then claim to give you a discount. You almost always get the same or better with hotel, which generally have their own promotional rates. All you need is a CAA card and and can generally beat any of these scummy booking sites
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robson1 wrote:
Oct 15th, 2014 7:12 am
Sites like Orbitz are little more than scams. The quote inflated prices and then claim to give you a discount. You almost always get the same or better with hotel, which generally have their own promotional rates. All you need is a CAA card and and can generally beat any of these scummy booking sites
Fair point. Whenever a booking site gives you a deal, you must ask yourself how they get discounted rates to sell off to you. If you are getting a 20-25% discount on popular hotels that are usually full, you are likely getting discount off inflated price.

It makes sense for a booking site to give you a hefty discount on last minute hotels where the hotel might think they will have vacancy.
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Just booked a NYC hotel yesterday. Booked with this and saved 171 USD. Thanks man.

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