Priceline 10% off Flash Sale Coupon

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Priceline is sending out 10% off coupons via email for a flash sale they are having. I figure all members subscribed to their news and promotions are receiving the coupon, but it could also be going to those who have booked a hotel recently on their website.

The coupon is good today only on Priceline Express Deals, expiring at 11:59:59 PM ET 12/27/2016 for travel as far out as their schedule goes.

Express Deals on Priceline are hotels where the name of the property is revealed after you book and pay. The last time I received a Priceline coupon I wrote a little about opaque bookings, which you can read more about here.

There are even some websites dedicated to helping you sleuth out the most likely hotel that you’d receive when booking an opaque property on Priceline, such as expdealshotel.com. They don’t guarantee that the hidden hotel is the one they think it is, but they are almost sure based on their data.

The Priceline flash coupon can be added during check-out but before entering any details or credit card info. There is no minimum stay or spend requirement.

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I won’t be using my coupon so it is free to be used by the first interested reader.

Use Coupon Code: HPGK4TGH5Z

Here’s a link to the Express Deals booking page.

Click on Search Express Deals once you are there, and if my coupon code has already been used check your email in case you also received a unique coupon code as well. You can also follow this link to the ExpDealsHotel page where readers list Priceline coupons that they haven’t used and are free for other readers.

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