Here’s Your Chance to Earn a Free Stay With New HotelTonight Promo

Oct 25, 2018

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By now, you’ve likely heard about HotelTonight, the last-minute booking app that helps you find hotels in different cities around the world. The app is useful for those travelers who like to wing it, or even for those who don’t but find themselves stranded and in need of a place to stay ASAP. Think of this as a great way to score cheap deals on hotel stays last minute — whether or not those are voluntary stays.

For those who haven’t tried HotelTonight out yet, we’ve got good news. The app is currently running a Book Better punch-card promo through the end of the year, which gives first-time customers the chance to earn a free night after booking seven nights. (First time users can also get a $25 credit by using the promo code BKELLY99.)

The fine print says that “the value of your free night is the average room cost (excluding taxes and fees) of the seven nights you stayed on HotelTonight after signing up for this program. You must pay for taxes, fees, meals and any other costs associated with your Free Night.” Stays must be completed by March 31, 2019.

HotelTonight also has its own loyalty program, HT Perks, which offers discounted rates, among other benefits. HT Perks is designed to be like a video game — once you achieve a certain level of loyalty, you’ll have it forever. What makes this even more attractive is that all of your past stays booked with HotelTonight count toward meeting the minimum spend for each level of HT Perks. If you booked a two-night stay for $200 several months back, you’ll automatically be granted Level 1 “status” with HT Perks.

If booking a HotelTonight stay is in your future, make sure to check out the app’s Geo Rate deals and Daily Drop feature. Geo Rates are special, limited-time offers lower than the already-discounted HT rate based on a user’s current location. The Daily Drop, the site says, is “an exclusive, personalized deal with room rates at least 30% off the already-low HotelTonight room rate” available to users to unlock once a day, every day, and good for only a brief 15-minute window.

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