$50 off a Travel Pony Hotel Reservation + $35 Credit for New Customers

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The discount hotel reservation side Travel Pony just came out with a coupon for $50 off a hotel reservation of $500 or more. This is valid for reservations made by end of day May 26th for stays with a check-in date of September 1st. You must use discount code MEMDAY14.

In the past they’ve had 10% off codes which is clearly much better (since it was a lower minimum as well), but if you are looking to make an expensive reservation to get $50 off is great! Additionally, new account members immediately get a $25 credit applied and if you sign up through a referral link you’ll get an additional $10 credit for a total of $35! This is my referral link, thanks for the support or feel free to leave your own in the comments section! The best thing is that this $35 credit can be combined with the $50 off promotion!

If you have an expensive stay coming up (over $1,000), you can split the total nights in half and make one reservation under your account and another reservation under your travel partners account. This will allow you to fully maximize the new user credits and the $50 off discount twice.

As always, make sure that you are getting the best possible rate! Some pricing will be better, where some will not. Overall though, I’ve seen a significant savings with Travel Pony. You can read more about my success with this site here. Enjoy!

If you are new to the site, make sure to sign up via a referral link (either this one here, another readers who leaves their referral in the comments section, or a friend/family members link). You can then make a reservation via this link.


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