Daily Getaway For 5/24: $1,000 Orbitz Hotel Credit For $650!

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With Daily Getaways you can purchase discounted travel packages, but you have to be really quick for the best deals.  At 1pm EDT every weekday from now through 6/4 there will be a new offering. The best deals will sell out in seconds, so you need to be waiting on the page at 12:59pm and refreshing the page.

Don’t forget to use a card like Chase Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card® Card, Sapphire Reserve, or Citi Premier® Card to earn double or triple points as these deals post as a travel related charge! These deals will also qualify for the $300 annual Sapphire Reserve travel credit!

Today you can purchase $1,000 Orbitz Hotel Credit for just $650.

You must use the credit for a single hotel room in one booking as you will lose any leftover value. You cannot change or cancel the booking after you make a reservation.

The credit must be booked by 3/15/20 for travel through 12/31/20. It is only good for new bookings.

Will you try to buy this deal at 1pm?

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. . . . for travel through “12/31/10”

This is real challenging!


Not loving the “qualifying hotels” and “if your booking is eligible” weasel words in the terms…


Can you get this if you are over 5/24?


It’s a voucher, not a credit card!


Any idea what a qualifying hotel is? Is this only for local brands instead of chains like some of their past promos?


Works on all hotels.


Sold out at 1:00:00.


Sold out instantly so doesn’t really matter I guess.


So you can book one hotel room for a few nights with the coupon. Am I getting that right?


I got one – Thank you!


why is it still saying buy now?


I got one. Have a refundable reservation for about $1000 where I only got 15% off in late June so this was a no-brainer. Thanks Dan!