22nd June 2011 at 11:03 #456101
Anonymous22nd June 2011 at 11:03 #456102
Apologies for the rather generic post title, but a couple of ‘10% Off’ deals have popped up that may be of interest.
Firstly, lastminute have an offer restricted to the first 2,000 redeemers:
Use code VCUKJUNE10
Secondly, hotels.com have a similar offer:
Use code HCSUMK6
The hotels.com offer is valid for bookings made before 3 August, for stays by 4 March next year. Hotels.com has a larger range of properties, but the offer does not officially include hotels which come under the ownership/management of Hilton, Vincci, Marriott, Accor, Carlson, Four Seasons and one or two others.
VAT-registered business should also note that tax-recovery is not usually possible through lastminute and hotels.com, but for out-of-region bookings and for those who are not registered, there may be some useful savings to be had.22nd June 2011 at 11:10 #456103
There may be savings but note that some of the rates are non-refundable.
Is it wise to book weeks ahead and risk losing money should your trip have to be amended for any reason ?22nd June 2011 at 11:12 #456104
All the rates should be non-refundable – this is really for those who are looking for the cheapest rates, rather than those who need flexibility.5th July 2011 at 19:28 #456105
eBookers are now in on the act, but only until midnight tomorrow, 6th July:
10% OFF hotels
Book a hotel during our sale using promotional code HOT48SALE and you will receive 10% off your booking.
£10 OFF per night on holidays
Book any flight + hotel holiday during our sale using promotional code HOL48SALE and you will receive £10 off each night of your stay.
Book any flight, hotel, holiday or car hire during our sale and you will receive a £50 bonus discount code within a week of your booking for use when booking any flight + hotel booking.
Full terms and conditions at the link above.5th July 2011 at 21:35 #456106
…CC…again great offers….just out of curiosity is there any paticular reason why all of your links to offers are via a 3rd referral party web site, namely tradedoubler.com? Surely this is not a personal revenue stream for your dear self.
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