Expedia unveils a new way to save up to 51% off hotels

Posted: 28 June 2018 4:07 pm

New advantage gives travellers access to hotel discounts when booking a flight, car or package.

Looking to maximise your savings on your next holiday? Well, Expedia has just unveiled its new way for travellers to get a great hotel deal saving you up to 51%.

Dubbed the Expedia Add-On Advantage, travellers can now get instant access to discounts on hotels simply by booking a flight, car or holiday package. Even better, the discounts are unlocked from the time of booking up until your trip starts.

Research by Expedia shows that 38% of people choose to book travel by bundling, but 43% who prefer to book their flight first and hotel later on, are potentially missing out on savings by not.

Aussie travellers can look at saving up to 51% off the cost of their hotel purchase on average, as well as having the benefit of more time and flexibility to book their hotel later.

How does the Expedia Add-On Advantage actually work?

  • Travellers can book a flight, car, or package to any destination on Expedia.
  • Hotel savings on select properties will be unlocked up until the start of your trip.
  • The hotel stay must happen within the travel dates of the flight, car or package purchased but does not have to be in the same destination.

Check out our list of Expedia deals here to make the most of your savings this holiday or, if you've already booked your flight, start looking for your add-on advantage here.

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