Last Day to Purchase Hotels.com Gift Cards at a 20% Discount

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For awhile now there has been an Amex Offer for Hotels.com gift cards which could save you 20% on your purchase! With this offer, if you purchase $50 or more in gift cards, you’ll receive a $10 statement credit. Unfortunately, you can now only take advantage of this offer once per person, but it is still a great way to save some money on an upcoming hotel stay!

Remember, this offer is for purchasing a hotels.com gift card NOT a reservation. You can purchase the gift card in advance and then apply the gift card to your reservation. While hotels.com limits you to just using one gift card per transaction, you can combine all your gift cards into one. This means if both you and your significant other have this offer, you can each take advantage of the promotion and then combine the two separate gift cards.

To register for this offer, go into your AmericanExpress.com account add the Hotels.com offer to your card. This offer seems to be widely available, so you should be able to see this offer and take advantage.

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Comments

  1. last day to get $10, not get a 20% discount, the latter would assume it’s scaleable without limit. Or say ($10) at the end of your headline.

  2. I was looking for the offer….but then I realized that I had the Hilton Hotel AMEX card. It doesn’t make sense for the Hilton AMEX to offer something for Hotels.com. Too bad because it would be something I would use.

  3. Does it seem like the Amex offers have been lacking in 2019? I feel like the overall volume is down and its mostly random stores and restaurants, not the major national brands we are used to seeing.

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