Expedia $50 Off $200 Coupon For Hotel Booking Made on Mobile App

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, Expedia has a coupon offering $50 off a hotel stay of $200 or more between February 13, 2015 and March 31, 2015. The booking must be made on Expedia’s mobile app via smart phone or tablet by 11:59pm PST Monday February 16, 2015.

Click this link to enter your mobile phone number and get your code.

This offer is intended for first-time mobile Expedia.com US users, but when I wrote about this type of sale in 2014 some readers who had booked before received a coupon that said it was good for only $25 but when it was applied it actually turned out to be $50. I look forward to hearing how much readers’ coupons turn out to be this time!

Terms & Conditions:

Offer: Receive an instant $50 mobile coupon discount off a hotel stay using the Expedia® hotels app on a smart phone or tablet downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. The price of the qualifying booking must be at least $200.

How to redeem: Access the mobile app on your smart phone or tablet and select a qualifying hotel stay. On the hotel billing and delivery page you will see a drop-down feature that states “Enter a coupon or promotion code”. Touch the drop-down feature and enter the code that was sent to you via text message.

Restrictions: Coupon must be redeemed on Expedia.com by 11:59 PM (Pacific Time) on February 16, 2015, for travel between February 13, 2015 and March 31, 2015. Limit one (1) coupon per user account and per qualifying hotel booking.
This offer is from Expedia.com and is valid for Expedia.com U.S. customers only. Bookings are subject to availability at Expedia Rate hotels at the time of booking and all applicable terms and conditions. Coupon may not be used with other coupons, promotions or special offers. Coupon discount cannot be applied against taxes, supplier-charged fees, cancellation or change penalties, administrative fees or other miscellaneous charges, which are the sole responsibility of the customer. A coupon is considered fully redeemed once a qualifying booking has been made and may not be reused. In the event that you change or cancel any part of your booking, the coupon will not apply to the changed travel schedule.

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