TravelPony $25 Off $250 Promo Code
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TravelPony is offering a $25 discount on hotel bookings made through June 11, 2015 at 1am PT for reservations equaling $250 or more. It is also stackable with their concurrent TravelPony savings code as well.
For those not familiar, TravelPony is a 3rd party hotel booking site that offers flash sales from time to time. TravelPony is trying to spread the word about their site by way of social media, and they say that the savings on not spending a fortune on advertising allows them to offer lower hotel prices than their competitors.
The TravelPony savings code offers discounts on what is initially listed on their website. I usually find their initial prices 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.
This weekend’s $25 off promotional code is 25OFF250.
Here’s a booking link.
Once you start your search, their website allows you to narrow it down by checking a box to only have hotels displayed that are part of the sale.
Although the T&C say this week’s code is not combinable with other promotions, what many readers may not know is that it still works with their standard savings code.
Doing a quick search for a single night stay July 18, 2015 at the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf the price came back at $309 per night. Using the promotional code + TravelPony’s savings code of TPSAVINGS the total came out to $319.
Checking Hyatt’s website, the AAA rate total came to $323.42 (best available rate was $359 after all taxes & fees).
The difference between the two came to less than a AAA $5 savings or ($40 without AAA) if booking via TravelPony. Not enough for me to book this particular property through them, but for some properties the savings are substantially higher. TravelPony sometimes has good discounts on Kimpton and Four Seasons properties too, where many third party booking sites do not.
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