Expedia $50, $75 Or $100 Mobile Coupons Off $200, $300 Or $400


Expedia has been sending out emails to its Expedia Rewards program members offering coupons for mobile bookings.

Expedia Mobile $50 $75 $100 Coupon

You just need to click the link to find out the denomination of hotel coupon that you’ll get. These are for use on Expedia US.

You can access Expedia’s page for this offer and get your coupon here. Remember to sign up for Expedia Rewards also that you can do here.

Note that you must make a booking using the coupon before January 1, 2015, for a stay that is completed before March 31.


Expedia usually has $25 off $100 coupons available. Higher ones are often more difficult to come across. If you are planning to make an Expedia hotel booking soon, could be worthwhile to get one of these coupons.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

Receive an instant $50, $75, or $100 mobile coupon discount off your first hotel stay purchase using the Expedia® hotels app on a smart phone or tablet, while supplies last. Exact mobile coupon discount received to be randomly determined by Expedia.com, in its sole discretion. The total cost of the qualifying hotel stay (prior to any/all applicable taxes and fees) must be at least $200 if using a $50 mobile coupon, $300 if using a $75 mobile coupon, or $400 if using a $100 mobile coupon. There is a limited supply of coupons available for each coupon denomination.

How to redeem: Access the mobile app on your smart phone or tablet and select a qualifying hotel stay. On the hotel billing and delivery page you will see a drop-down feature that states “Enter a coupon or promotion code”. Touch the drop-down feature and enter the mobile coupon received.

Restrictions: Coupon must be redeemed via the Expedia® hotels app by 11:59 PM PT January 1, 2015, for travel between December 26, 2014 and March 31, 2015. Limit one (1) coupon per user account and per qualifying hotel booking. Each coupon may only be used once.

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