Cheap Travel Deals of the Week: Compass Hospitality, uber, Groupon and Adrenaline

Peter Terlato 9 March 2019 NEWS

This week's best deals include hotel stays in Southeast Asia, rideshare discounts, experiences and island trips.

Easter isn't too far away and if you're looking to get away over the upcoming long weekend or take some time off to enjoy exciting experiences, we've got some stellar sales and discounted deals that you're sure to enjoy.

We've gathered the week's best deals and discounts and listed them below.


Hotels: Take up to 25% off Thailand and Malaysia hotel stays

Compass Hospitality is offering up to 25% off stays at properties throughout the Southeast Asian countries of Thailand and Malaysia. Destinations include Bangkok, Langkawi, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and more.


Rideshare: Score $12 off your first ride with Uber

This deal is exclusive to Finder and is valid for travel anywhere in Australia. Simply enter the unique code generated on this page.


Hotels: Enjoy $25 off each night and pay only $1 breakfast

Take $25 off each night at Accor Hotels. In addition to these nightly discounts, you can organise to receive a delicious breakfast for just $1.


Experiences: Up to 67% off, plus an extra $15 off Adrenaline activities

Feel like jumping out of a plane? How about improving your driving skills with a defensive driving course? Perhaps you'd like to try yachting? These and other experiences (priced at $79 or more) are discounted.
Use code EXTRA15 to apply the additional $15 bonus deduction.


Holiday: Visit Vanuatu for 5 nights, plus return flights from $999

This exciting offer includes return economy airfares and coach rides, plus a five night stay at the popular Coco Beach Resort. The hotel is situated on a beautiful, private white sand beach and features waterfront dining.

Tune in every Saturday for the hottest flight, hotel, holiday deals and more.

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