April 29, 2017

Save $40 on your next hotel booking!

If you are heading away on holiday or perhaps you just fancy heading away on holiday, I have an amazing offer to make it even easier…

I’m so excited to be able to partner with huge worldwide accommodation booking site Booking.com to offer you NZ$40 (€25) off your next booking ANYWHERE in the world for bookings over $80!

I’m already a fan of Booking.com and use it to browse and book properties all the time, after all they have 1.2 million accommodations so you name it and they’ll have it.

So you can imagine how my eyes lit up when they called and said, “we’re running a campaign and want to offer your readers a discount, you want in?” They’d barely finished speaking before I shouted YES, and here we are.

All you do is jump into their website using my unique link (below) and if you spend over NZ$80 you’ll get a discount of NZ$40 (which equates to about €25, or the local equivalent in your currency) which will be credited back to your card when you’ve stayed and boom, you’re away laughing!

Here is a pic of what you should see on your screen so you know the link is working…

Discount on hotel bookings

Booking,com screen shot

Note: after you have stayed, you will get an email from Booking explaining how to receive your refund onto your credit card.

Also note: you can only use this link once

So! If you’re itching to pack your bags, click here to Booking.com and enjoy a little treat 🙂

Santorini luxury hotel

Imagine yourself here in Santorini…. Pic Shutterstock/Olga Gavrilova

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Megan

Hi, I'm Megan Singleton and I'm the word slinger of this blog as well as on radio every week and a few newspapers and mags from time to time. I set off on this travel blog malarkey 17 years ago and I've pretty much always got a suitcase half packed (or half un-packed!)I'd love you to join me on Facebook or Twitter and sign up for monthly newsletters if you want loads of travel tips, advice and deals!

"Save $40 on your next hotel booking!" - What do you think?

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  1. Hilary Scully on

    Hi Megan,
    I love you blog – and particularly this $40 cash back opportunities. We recently went on a road trip to Wellington and I was careful to use tyour link when booking the 3 properties we stayed at. I have had emails from Booking.com telling me to refer a friend, but none with how to redeem the 3 x $40. Can you help me out please.
    Stayed in Taupo, Wellington and New Plymouth.
    Many thanks,
    Hilary

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      • hilary on

        Hi Megan,
        I replied to you last night – but can’t see the post here. Did you receive it?
        Basically I read the link and I think its saying you can’t use it more than once – which is at odds with your post. I used your link which says you can use it more than once – with all three recent nights – taupo, wellington and new plymouth.
        Thanks,
        Hilary

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        • Megan on

          Hi Hilary, sorry for the delay. Yes I did get it and forwarded it to the PR and am asking for clarification on why you didn’t get your discount. I’ll email you when I have an answer and am sorry for this hassle.
          Megan

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    • Megan on

      Hi Darryl, I’ve checked my Booking.com admin and all looks in order. I can send your query to them, but just double checking as the credit will be added to the credit card you used to book your room. Just let me know if you don’t see it there and I’ll take it further. – Megan

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      • Darryl on

        Hi Megan,
        The $40 doesn’t appear to have been credited yet.

        Also, we are travelling to the UK and France soon – am I correct tha the $40 credit is for one time only?
        Many thanks,
        Darryl

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        • Megan on

          Let me follow up and get back to you. And yes, it’s only valid one per person. You could of course use a different credit card! 🙂

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          • Megan on

            Ok, so what happens is once you’ve stayed you get an email from Booking.com with links explaining what to do. Check your email folders, but I have also sent your email address to my contact at the PR company who will check on it for you too.

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