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Orbitz: 15% Off Hotel Stays for Travel Through April 15th (Make Reservations by February 17th!)

10:19 AM MST
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Yay! If you are planning a trip for Spring Break or any have a vacation planned before April 15th, you may be interested to know that for a limited time, is offering up 15% off of Hotel Stays when you enter code PREZ15 at checkout! Just book your hotel stay for 1 or more nights for travel between February 4, 2013 and April 15, 2013 to receive the discount (note that you must book your reservations by February 17th to use this code)!

For example, if you are headed to Disneyland, you can find 4 star hotels in the area starting at just $73 per night – so just $62.05 per night after entering code PREZ15 at checkout!

Fine Print: Book a qualifying hotel between February 4, 2013 12:00AM CST and February 17, 2013 11:59PM CST, for 1 or more nights for travel between February 4, 2013 and April 15, 2013, via Orbitz and instantly receive 15% off through the use of the promotion code. Limit one discount per hotel room and one promotion code per booking. Discount may not be used toward the booking of a vacation package.

(Thanks, Jennifer!)

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  • Laura says:

    It’s been ages since we’ve needed to get a hotel room and now I will need to be getting a room for 2 different trips. I am waiting to read some comments. Does Orbitz normally have good rates even without the discount?

    • Sarah says:

      I just checked a hotel I’ve been watching in Expedia on Orbitz to see if it’d be cheaper with the discount. It was $179 on Orbitz and $116 on Expedia, maybe the percentage off is already added in to all of the hotels. Worth a look at Expedia :)

    • Betsy says:

      My experience is that they are very competitive with, etc. There is a site called that will check the prices of, orbitz and a few others so you can compare all their prices in place. That way, you’ll know if you’re getting the best deal. Good luck!

  • Betsy says:

    I’ve noticed that rates go down a little at night, so you might want to check the rates after 7 or 8 pm (EST) for possibly a little extra savings.

  • Emery says:

    I find the best rates are on the hotel websites themselves. Also, you can often get a better rate by picking up the phone and calling the hotel directly. I travel so much for business and 99% of the times that I have checked,, orbitz, kayak… all of those places run much higher than the hotel websites. For example, I booked a room directly from a hotel website for San Diego last week… out of curiosity, I checked and orbitz and found that the SAME room was $50 more on both websites, even WITH the 15% discount code!

  • Jodi says:

    I’ve also heard that booking through Orbitz puts you at the bottom of the priority list for hotels in terms of upgrades, room choice, etc.

  • Jamie McCoy (@davitaphotoart) says:

    This might come in handy for an out of town craft show that I’m vending at in a few weeks! Thanks!

  • Betsy says:

    I just saved $174 using this promo code from my husband’s original booking directly with the hotel. Thank you so much!!!! We are going to our favorite spot for Spring Break, and it’s a bit pricey, so every bit helps!

  • melissanukem says:

    I noticed not all hotels were honoring the 15% discount, so when you’re entering your dates, location, # of people and rooms, there is a space to enter the discount code. If you get that entered right away, you’ll see the hotels that are participating.

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