Expedia has two separate hotel Best Price Guarantees. One is valid for 24 hours after making the hotel reservation and qualifies for $50 coupon and the other one is valid for all Expedia Rewards members for up to 24 hours before the hotel check in time and just matches the price.
I have written about both of these guarantees here on LoyaltyLobby and used the one that qualifies for the $50 Best Price Guarantee coupon several times.
You can access Expedia Rewards web page here.
Now, Expedia has changed the terms and conditions of the Expedia Rewards member best price guarantee that is valid up to 24 hours before hotel check in time.
The guarantee no longer applies to rates that are non-refundable:
The guarantee does not apply to non refundable rateplans and you must be signed in at the time of booking.
I never book hotels on Expedia weeks in advance so this guarantee change doesn’t affect me. Why, however, call it a guarantee when it doesn’t apply for hotel bookings that are non-refundable?