10% off Jetsetter Hotels in NYC, Miami, New Orleans, and Chicago

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A few days ago I posted about a promotion where you can receive 10% off hotels in New York City booked with the online website Jetsetter.com. However, yesterday I received an email which is offering 10% off hotels in 4 different cities. In addition to NYC, you can get 10% off in Miami, New Orleans, and Chicago by using promotion code TOPCITIES. This discount is valid through end of day tomorrow, July 28, 2013 at 11:59PM EST.


Jetsetter can sometimes be a great deal, while other times extremely expensive. If you already have plans to visit NYC, Miami, New Orleans, or Chicago it might be worth taking a look. As with any “deal” site, make sure to still do your research to ensure you are getting the best price for the hotel you are looking to stay at.

Terms: Receive 10% off your next purchase with code TOPCITIES, valid on jetsetter.com and jetsetter.co.uk , only, excluding taxes, service fees, or any additional fees applied directly by a hotel or resort. Discount only applies to properties in NYC, Chicago, New Orleans, or Miami. Discount must be used in a single transaction and may be subject to certain trip exclusions. This discount cannot be combined with other offers and may not be used toward the purchase of e-Gift Cards. Discount will not be applied if used via mobile application or mobile browser. Non-transferable; may not be used by anyone other than the recipient of the offer. Limit one Discount per member. Promotion code must be entered at time of checkout. Discount will be valid through July 28, 2013 at 11:59PM EST. Discount has no cash or credit value. Offer may be suspended or terminated at any time.

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