$25 off Jetsetter Hotel Reservations

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I just received an email from Jetsetter with a $25 off promotion code for all reservations booked within the next 48 hours. There seem to be no exclusions to this offer and it is not a targeted promotion code. To take advantage I’d suggest booking by noon EST Thursday June 5th as it doesn’t give a specific time when the offer will expire. Use coupon code JS25JS.

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To test out the coupon, I found a cheap hotel in Vegas and the $25 off worked perfectly! Although in the past, Jetsetter has been known to cancel reservations when using codes that were maybe not coded in the system correctly (for example the $75 off code a year or two ago that had no minimum spend requirement). Because of that, I do not suggest booking flights just yet for your destination, but definitely go ahead and book a hotel reservation if you find a good deal!

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Remember, this can also be combined with the Amex Sync promotion I wrote about this morning where if you spend $150+ at Jetsetter you’ll receive a $30 statement credit. This means that your total after the $25 off must be at least $150. American Express just sees what is charged to your credit card and if it is $150 or more it triggers the statement credit.

I am also not sure if this code works multiple times per account, but if it does, you can go ahead and make multiple one night reservations to take advantage of the $25 off on each night. You can search for Jetsetter hotels and make reservations here. As always, make sure to compare the Jetsetter hotel price to booking with the hotel directly and other third-party reservation systems – you want to ensure you are getting the best price available!

Anyone able to take advantage of this promotion?!

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