Save 10% Off Hotel Tonight Bookings This Week

Mar 16, 2015

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Hotel Tonight, one of my favorite hotel booking apps, is running a promotion this week, where you can get a 10% off any room, as long as you spend $100+ by using the code LUCKY in the app, in honor of St. Patrick’s’ Day.

If you’re new to Hotel Tonight, you can get a $25 credit using the promo code BKELLY99 (Note: this code is my personal link- if you use it we both get $25 instantly).

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Per the Hotel Tonight email:

So, you know how our rates are always the best ones out there? (If you don’t know, now ya know.) Well, this St. Patrick’s Day, we’re saving you even more green. Book by tomorrow using the promo code below and you’ll get 10% off any room, any date available, anywhere (as long as you spend $100+)*. Be swift, though – the luck only lasts until Tuesday at midnight when the code expires. Here’s your pot of gold: LUCKY

My Thoughts

I been using Hotel Tonight a lot recently and love the easy-to-navigate interface, info tab with short write ups on each property and Hotel Tonight user ratings, and you can even put your own pictures into an album for your own review.

This is a good deal if you need to do any last-minute hotel bookings for this week and want to save 10% off your booking, I’d recommend taking advantage of it.

For more information or to download the Hotel Tonight app click here for Apple and here for Android.

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