Today Only: Expedia $50 Off $200 Coupon For Hotel Bookings

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To welcome fall and entice those still needing to make Thanksgiving travel plans, Expedia has a flash coupon good today only offering $50 off a hotel stay of $200 or more on stays between now and January 31, 2017.

This is a really good deal. Lately a lot of Expedia’s coupons have been for first time users of their mobile app, but today’s coupon is open to all US residents regardless of whether you’ve used their coupons in the past. I love that you can use a desktop computer as well.

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The minimum spend on the hotel must be $200 before any taxes or fees and the coupon code discount is for hotel bookings only, not package deals that include flights, cars, etc.

The coupon is only good on prepaid bookings, so once you’ve chosen your property and dates make sure to select the “pay now” option.

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Enter your coupon code just above where the credit card info is entered. You may have to click on the “enter a coupon or promotional code” wording to make the box drop down.

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Use Coupon code AUTUMN50 when booking.

Here’s a link to the Expedia promotion page.

The Coupon expires 11:59 p.m. (PDT).

Per the promotion Terms & Conditions many hotel chains are excluded. You can find the full list of exclusions here.

However, I noticed that Hyatt properties are not excluded from using the coupon, which opens up some really good options.

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Even if you don’t use this Expedia Coupon, now is a great time to think about making hotel reservations for Thanksgiving (and Christmas) if you haven’t already.

Do you still need to book your hotels for the holidays?

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