Monday, November 26, 2012
It's Not Too Late To Snag a Cyber Monday Travel Deal
*Priceline.com is giving folks who sign up today and book a rental today, $30 to spend on it. The deal seems fairly straight-forward, though it appears to only be available to folks who've previously rented through the opaque sale giant. For info, click on the link above.
*The always affordable EZ Rent a Car is offering rentals starting at just $5-per-day to those who make their reservations today for rentals before Dec 9. Cheapest rates are for Seattle and Denver ratings, though Las Vegas rentals are only $2 more at $7 per day. Los Angeles is going for $8, various Floridian cities for $9 and Atlanta for $10 a day. For more information, click on the link above.
*Hertz is offering 25% off weekly rentals to those who reserve today, for travel through Jan 15. Use code PC# 176934.
* The chi chi hotel chain Loewe's Hotels and Resorts is offering savings of up to 40% per night for stays all the way through April 30th at a number of property. To snag a deal, book before 3am ET on November 27.
*The New Orleans Collection, a collection of seven swell Big Easy hotels, is offering nightly discounts of up to 40% for the period up to Dec 21. That's a truly swell time to visit NOLA, as there'll be special events galore (scroll down this blog to learn more about New Orleans in December).
*At Omni Hotels, $99 a night constitutes a darn good sale. So if you're traveling before Jan 31, and want a touch of luxury, head over to their site (see above) for their "Click Quick!" sale, to snag a room at that rate in dozens of cities around the globe.
*Use the code "CYBER" at the site of Wyndham Vacation Rentals to snag savings of up to 50% at ski and beach destinations around the world. (Note: these are professionally managed rental properties, not full-service hotels).
* Delta Airlines is allowing for upgrades to Economy Comfort class this week, starting at just $9 above the economy rate you receive. For complete information, click here. The discounted upgrade will be available at airport kiosks for flights this week or online for future flights, though bookings must be made by end of day, Nov 29.
*Friendly Planet Tours are always among the best values on the market, which is why I was surprised to see them offering an additional $100 to $400 off every tour they're running, for those who book before midnight, ET tonight. Details plus the code necessary are at the link above.
A word to the wise: If you DON'T see a sale above on a property or travel product you were hoping to purchase, head to the website today, anyway. A slew of individual resorts and travel providers are offering discounts, simply too many to list here.