Amazing Hotel Deal: Get 90% Off Your Stay Booked Through the Expedia App

Dec 13, 2018

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

Update 12/13/18 2:13pm: The Expedia app is notifying users that all coupons have been redeemed.


For a very limited time, you can get 90% off base hotel stays made through Expedia. When checking out via the Expedia app, use the promo code HITRESET in order to see the discount reflected on your stay.

According to terms and conditions of the offer, it’s only valid for a maximum savings of $500. The code is valid for travel through Jan. 5, 2019 — so you’ll need to be booking travel within the next month in order to get the discount. You must be using the Expedia app in order to activate the discount.

One TPG staffer was able to get the discount code to work on a reservation made at the St. Julien Hotel and Spa in Boulder, Colorado. With the discount, it brought the cost of his stay from $393 to $74.

It’s not valid for stays at a number of properties — the majority of which being chain hotels. For the best luck, try an independent property.

Act quick! This offer will only be around until supplies last (or until Dec. 13 at 11:59pm ET).

Be sure to use a card that will earn you the most from your purchase, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x on travel.

H/T: Benji Stawski 

Featured image courtesy of the 1 Hotel South Beach.

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