TravelPony $25 Off Stackable Promo Code

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I received an email today that TravelPony is offering a $25 discount on hotel bookings made through March 29, 2015 for reservations equaling $250 or more. It is also stackable with their concurrent TravelPony savings code as well.

The TravelPony savings code offers discounts on what is initially listed on their website. I usually find their initial listings to be higher than what I’d find via another 3rd parting site or even directly on the hotel’s website so the discount evens it out a bit.

The TravelPony savings code is TPSAVINGS, which offers up to 40% off depending on property.

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This weekend’s $25 off promotional code is 25OFF250.

Here’s a booking link.

Although the T&C say this weekend’s promotional code is not combinable with other promotions, it still works with their savings code.

Looking at Atlanta for a random weekend stay from April 10-12, 2015 I zeroed in on the Grand Hyatt Atlanta.

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The price listed was $309 per night, an insanely high rate for that property.

Checking Hyatt’s website, the best available was $159, and the AAA rate was $144.

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I clicked back to TravelPony to find that while a room with 1 bed was going for $309, a room with two beds was $159.

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Choosing the room with two beds, I continued on and added both the TravelPony savings code plus the code from today for $25 off.

The total came to $271.40.

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Following through the booking process on Hyatt’s website also using two beds, the total came to $368.88.

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The difference between the two came to just shy of $100, for a savings of $97.48 if booking via TravelPony. A pretty good discount indeed, if I didn’t have status with Hyatt, didn’t mind having 2 beds instead of 1 and was just looking for a less expensive room.

TravelPony is great for discounts on Kimpton and Four Seasons properties too where most third party bookings sites do not. Just like any online booking site though, you’ll want to check around that the prices on any of their hotels are lower than you can get elsewhere. Sometimes they are higher, and sometimes they are lower.

Note that if you don’t have a TravelPony account, if you use my referral link to sign up you’ll get a $35 credit when you book a hotel that is $200 before taxes.

Have you used TravelPony before?

Terms & Conditions:

Use promo code 25OFF250 at checkout for a discount of $25 off any booking of $250 or more. Offer valid through March 29, 2015. Cannot be combined with other promotions. Does not apply to Best Rate Available hotels.

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  1. stvr

    Why not compare to the AAA rate?

    • Melinda

      @stvr I noted the AAA rate but only compared to the BAR because that’s the one everyone can use.

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