UPDATE: Looks like Jetsetter pulled this deal early. Also, if you made a reservation using the $75 off promotion code, make sure to double check your rate. Some readers have reported that the $75 wasn’t actually applied.
This is actually an amazing promotion that should not be overlooked. Through tomorrow, October 18, 2012 at 11:59pm EST, you can receive $75 off your next Jetsetter hotel reservation. You must use promotion code jetset75 when checking out (during check out click on the link that says “Redeem promo code or gift code” located right under the Billing Information). While $75 off might not sound anything so great, this can be used for stays of just one night. For example, the Hotel Rex in San Francisco, California is starting at $95/night during the flash sale. After taxes the hotel is $112/night, but with the $75 off you end up spending only a grand total of $37! There are MANY hotels that you can get for under $100 which is amazing (i.e. Las Vegas, Southeast Asia, Costa Rica, etc.)! You can actually stay in Sri Lanka and potentially Las Vegas for free!
The terms and conditions do state that this is limited to one discount per account, and if that does in fact hold (I have not yet booked a reservation, so I do not know for sure), you can always use your friend/family members account that you’ll be traveling with (or maybe an account tied to another email address?).
Now, some hotels do require a minimum 2-night stay, so it will be $75 off your total stay, not each night if booked in one reservation. Also, chain hotels that you book on Jetsetter typically will not earn you any points, so be weary of that if that is the hotel of choice – you will not earn regular points, bonus points, or stay/night credits (although sometimes the hotel does report it when booked with a 3rd party site and you’ll receive your points and stay/night credits).
If you do not currently have a Jetsetter account, you can create one here (which is my referral link). Thanks so anyone who uses it or feel free to find a friend and use theirs. The referrer will receive a $25 credit to use at a future time once the referee makes a reservation with Jetsetter. I personally used Jetsetter last year for a hotel in Barbados and it was great – I was able to get the same hotel I already reserved elsewhere for about $200 less total. Most reservations, however, cannot be cancelled, so keep that in mind when making your reservation!
Goodluck and let me know if you’ve been able to grab any good deals! And remember, rooms can go quick.