FREE HOTEL, Maybe?! An Even Better Orbitz Offer with $100 off $100 Reservation

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Earlier this morning I posted about a $50 off $100 code when booking a hotel reservation at After posting about the deal I was doing some searching around the site for my own personal bookings and found that the offer has now increased to $100 off a $100 off hotel reservation. Find a $100 room on the nose and get it for free! Use code MASTERPASS.

For example, I searched for a random date in Fort Lauderdale and found a hotel that is exactly $100. All you’d have to pay is tax and the resort fee.

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This is an unbelievable promotion and I highly suggest booking fast if there are any hotels of interest. Most hotels are pre-paid reservations, but there are a few where you are able to cancel. The promotion is for hotel stays throughOctober 2, 2015. To maximize your savings book as one night stays if your hotel rate is $100 or more. You can search and book here.

Note: You will need to use MasterPass as your checkout option. If you do not already have a MasterPass account it takes about 3 minutes to create. You ultimately add a credit card to your MasterPass account (does NOT need to be a MasterCard) and Orbitz will charge that card on file.

Become an Orbitz Rewards Member to save more

You also should be able to stack any Orbitz Rewards credits you might have. With Orbitz Rewards you earn 5% back for hotel reservations booked via their app and 3% back for hotel reservations booked on your computer. There is also a new member sign up bonus where you can get $25 to use towards a future reservation. Here is my referral link, but feel free to leave yours in the comments section as well.

Anyone able to find a good deal!?

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