Expedia Coupon Code: Get $100 Off $400 Hotel Bookings Today Only! (EXPIRED)

20 September 2014

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Here’s a deal which you can take advantage of TODAY only! It’s for making a hotel booking through the Expedia.ca tablet app only – you can get $100 discount on a $400 spend. That’s a nice discount amount!

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  • Coupon Code: MOBILETABLET100 (EXPIRED)
  • Discount: $100 off $400
  • Expires: 20th September 2014

The full terms and conditions of this particular offer are listed here. I won’t paste them all in here, but you basically have to book today for travel by the end of the year 2014. There are a number of hotel exclusions too. You must make your booking through the new Expedia.ca tablet app. $100 is a great saving just for downloading and making the booking through their app. It’s a good incentive for you to get the app on your device, and then perhaps use it again when making hotel bookings in the future.

Last week, we saw a very similar offer from rival travel site here, Travelocity.ca. They are also offering an app-inspired coupon, it’s for $25 off $99. Obviously if you’re making a small booking, that might be a better one to make use of. But, if you are making a slightly larger booking, consider the price on Expedia.ca along with the $100 discount code.

This Expedia coupon code is saved here on our coupon forum. We aim to have the best coupon pages in Canada, so always check there before you make any online purchase.

Over the last few years as Bargainmoose has been growing, I’m finding that I have to travel to various events and I’m getting to meet with many of the stores that we write about here on the site. A few weeks ago, the last place that Eva and I travelled was to sunny California! We visited Santa Barbara for a conference, and I can say this, the hotel was NOT cheap. In that case, I actually booked through the Orbitz platform and gained some account credit on there, to use towards my next purchase. However, I didn’t realise when booking – there was no free cancellation policy. I was disappointed in this as a few days later, we made a change to our itinerary and we could have done with cancelling that particular hotel. So… if you’re making a booking on any site, be it Expedia or Orbitz, or any of the myriad other travel portals out there, make sure you check the hotel’s cancellation policy before you finalise your purchase.

TOPICS:   Hotels

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