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What is Expedia Member Pricing?

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Went to look for some accommodation and a popup said this can get up to 10% off. Is this free and just like a loyalty scheme? TIA. Read More
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Went to look for some accommodation and a popup said this can get up to 10% off.
Is this free and just like a loyalty scheme?

TIA.
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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I'm not sure if it is available to you as soon as you join or after you have made at least one booking through them. My dad made a couple of bookings with them and I know when he was logged in he would see the member pricing pop up. I don't know if it applied to every hotel. There wasn't any fee to join when he joined.Don't forget quidco/ topcash as well because that's usually worth around 10% as well
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bogglebrain
I'm not sure if it is available to you as soon as you join or after you have made at least one booking through them. My dad made a couple of bookings with them and I know when he was logged in he would see the member pricing pop up. I don't know if it applied to every hotel. There wasn't any fee to join when he joined.Don't forget quidco/ topcash as well because that's usually worth around 10% as well

Thanks.
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Another thing I forgot to mention is to watch out for the pay later issue. My dad's isn't around to ask any more, but I know on a couple of his holidays he paid later in the currency of the hotel. One went through fine, but on the other booking he got stung for a fairly hefty transaction fee by his credit card company. It's definitely worth having a card that doesn't charge such fees.
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bogglebrain
Another thing I forgot to mention is to watch out for the pay later issue. My dad's isn't around to ask any more, but I know on a couple of his holidays he paid later in the currency of the hotel. One went through fine, but on the other booking he got stung for a fairly hefty transaction fee by his credit card company. It's definitely worth having a card that doesn't charge such fees.

Thanks, bud X)

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