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Get £25 off your next hotel booking!

Sign up below [Follow the link opposite] to get £25 off your next hotel booking. Simply fill in your details and your new account will be credited with £25 to spend on any of our 35,000 hotels worldwide.

Offer valid on booking made before 31st December 2008. Plus, earn $ with each booking.
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#1
Another $10 discount via this link

http://www.hotelclub.co.uk/Birthday/
#2
Good deal at first glance, but they are one of the most expensive of all the hotel booking websites.
#3
Agent Cooper;2604327
Good deal at first glance, but they are one of the most expensive of all the hotel booking websites.


Sorry I disagree... they're were the cheapest + gave a few $ credit on a recent trip to France. Again, depends on your destination :)
#4
Can I make hotel reservations for someone else using HotelClub?
#5
thank you, just got £28.50 off a room in glasgow for next weeks Rangers v Liverpool match.

happy days
#6
I'm really pleased you posted this deal - just got 4 star hotel booking for the night we see Lee Evans perform at the NIA, Birmingham in October for less than £50 including breakfast for 2! Hotel is practically next door and looks seriously swanky!!! CHEERS I love HUKD!!!
#7
wicked deal thanks! happened to be going to thailand where I shall now be staying for nights for the grand total of £0.
#8
Thanks and good post
#9
Can't seem to get it tracked at cashbackkings though.
#10
Have some heat. its posted in MSE email now.
#11
If you look at Martin's web site ( the guy from GMTV) he said there is a lophole in this offer .
i think if you find a room under the £25 you end up paying nothing. Just had an email for his site and it mentioned this.
Hope you find a room for free or nearly !!
I have copied the bit from the web site below


£25 off hotels at Hotelclub.com

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Tuesday 12 August 2008


What’s the deal?

Hotel broker Hotelclub.co.uk is giving new customers £25 off rooms in when they sign up. Don't worry though, while its called a 'club', there are no subscription or joining fees, it's just a cheap hotel booking site. These vouchers are valid at over 40,000 hotels in the UK and worldwide, as long as you stay before the end of this year.

There’s no minimum spend, so depending on the price of the hotel, you could bag a night for just a couple of bob or just get a decent discount.

This could make a room uber-cheap

As an example, we found the Stratford Hotel London for just £27, so you'd pay £2 for a night’s stay. The Inner Hotel Amsterdam can be as cheap as £14 a night, meaning two nights for £3. Alternatively, the Lyon Hotel in Barcelona costs £31 a night, so just £6. These are just a few examples taken at random (rates vary).

How to grab a bargain room
Step one. Sign up

Sign up for a new account at Hotelclub.co.uk (using this link). On the page you should see the £25 offer. If not, be careful: once this loophole goes in the weekly email to 2.3m people, there's a chance Hotelclub will end it quickly, so act fast.

Hotelclub.co.uk has advertised this promotion on the London Underground. This is for new customers only, but it doesn’t say one per household.
Step two. Log in

When you log in to your account, your account balance should be $49 (it converts the £25 into US dollars). You can’t use it on Hotelclub’s special last minute booking offers.
Step three. Book a room

It's important to note the offer ISN'T valid on Hotelclub’s special last minute booking deals.

Yet it is for all the rest, you must book before 31 December 2008 and can stay anytime. When making a booking, it will ask if you want to use ‘member dollars’ to pay. The system then converts the dollars into the currency used in your booking.

Obviously whether you get a free room or just a discount is up to you, but there are a lot of sub-£50 and quite a few sub-£25 rooms so you could get a serious bargain. If you're going to book a more expensive hotel, then the impact of the £25 is lessened, and it's worth seeing if you're still getting a bargain using the Cheap Hotels guide.

If you spot any other super cheap eligible hotel bargains using this system, please click reply to let other MoneySavers know by posting below.
Make a possible extra £15 on top

Even better, click through cashback site Topcashback or Cashbackkings when you book, and you’ve a chance of making £15 cashback on top.

This cashback isn’t guaranteed however, as cashback sites don't always let you combine two offers. Cashback sites are specialist websites that list retailers and product providers. They get paid by the retailers if you click through them, but importantly they then give some or all of this cash to you (provided you've registered which is free).

If you're a first time cashback site user, please do read the full Best Cashback Sites article for a full explanation of the pros and cons.

For more bargains and a loophole to get the ultimate top deal on 'name your price' sites, read the Cheap Hotels guide.
#12
Great post, cheers. Got over a third off my hotel in Zagreb in September.

Nice one
#13
Agent Cooper
Good deal at first glance, but they are one of the most expensive of all the hotel booking websites.

You are dead right. Booking.com & hotelopia are much cheaper & the latter offers 10% quidco.
#14
Hmm....anyone know of any places//dates you can get a free stay then?
#15
Don't understand. Just signed up and booked a Frankfurt hotel for Sunday night. Hotel was £32.49. Ticked the box to use my Member Dollars. The billing summary shows:

Single Room £32.49
Payable to Hotel Directly £- £28.59
Accomodation Total £3.90

Booking Fee £3.96

Grand Total £7.86

So I am guessing they have charged £7.86 to my cc, plus I will have to pay £28.59 to the hotel - somewhere around £36. I would have thought that I should be paying £36 less my £25.

(On going back to the booking screen, the Member Dollars choice was Yes, use them (credit card cahrge £0.00) or No, don't use them (Credit Card Charge £7.86).

UPDATE: I *think* it failed to apply the full £25 because it was a Late Booking. However my Member Dollars are now down to £34.32, so something, somewhere has come free. Maybe the £7.86.

Anyway I will vote this hot because it is - I was just pushing my luck I think.
#16
smokieUK
Don't understand. Just signed up and booked a Frankfurt hotel for Sunday night. Hotel was £32.49. Ticked the box to use my Member Dollars. The billing summary shows:

Single Room £32.49
Payable to Hotel Directly £- £28.59
Accomodation Total £3.90

Booking Fee £3.96

Grand Total £7.86

So I am guessing they have charged £7.86 to my cc, plus I will have to pay £28.59 to the hotel - somewhere around £36. I would have thought that I should be paying £36 less my £25.

(On going back to the booking screen, the Member Dollars choice was Yes, use them (credit card cahrge £0.00) or No, don't use them (Credit Card Charge £7.86).

UPDATE: I *think* it failed to apply the full £25 because it was a Late Booking. However my Member Dollars are now down to £34.32, so something, somewhere has come free. Maybe the £7.86.

Anyway I will vote this hot because it is - I was just pushing my luck I think.


It's important to note the offer ISN'T valid on Hotelclub’s special last minute booking deals.

Not for last minute deals I'm afraid - worth a try though!
#17
i keep getting this msg when i try and book

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#18
I keep getting the same error message too!! Maybe the site's too busy, will try again later!!
#19
Hot deal :thumbsup:
#20
3 nights in london 30.00 ace deal
#21
try inet explorer to avoid error message, firefox played up.
#22
Just signed up and got my $49. Thanks, but not sure i`ll use it know. Just remembered these are the guys who took my money for a booking and then emailed me a week later saying that they couldnt offer the hotel at the advertised price. I got a refund out of them after a couple of emails and weeks but it left a bad taste in my mouth, especially as what I booked was still advertised as available on there website!
Used Hotelopia and TravelRepublic since and never had a problem with them. Although prices do seem do differ alot between them, i suppose it depends on which agent they use.
#23
Can't be bothered to look - to time consuming
#24
laterooms is pretty good for deals
#25
dunno if i wanna book with them... it says '24hrs on request' beside the booking option, so i dont know if its going to be confirmed until then and it also wants to take the full amount off me which would be £220.. dont want to commit that much when booking my hotel, think ill look for a different website that only takes deposit

im also booking a london hotel

Rydges Kensington Plaza Hotel London - anyone heard of it/.???
#26
Re my booking above, I can get a very similar price at other websites with no booking or cancellation fee, so it's worth checking around. But the £25 has got to be worth having...
#27
[COLOR=black]I booked a hotel through these jokers on Thursday 14th August for a stay on Saturday 16th. [/COLOR]

[COLOR=black]When I got to the hotel on Saturday, a room was booked but payment had not been received from [COLOR=#ff0000]hotelclub[/COLOR]. Myself and the hotel manager spent an hour on the phone speaking to various call centre agents, and got no where, they had no one available at the weekend to sort this out , very, very poor customer service and highly embarrassing! They told the hotel they would have to wait until Monday morning, which the hotel was not willing to do as they have had previous problems with the owner of this company ORBITZ.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]So far from saving me £25 I had to give my credit card to pay the standard rate of £65, £15 more than I would have had to pay if I’d just booked directly with the hotel on their website![/COLOR]

[COLOR=black][SIZE=5]Personally I would AVOID [COLOR=#ff0000]HOTELCLUB[/COLOR][/SIZE] like the plague; if anything goes wrong with you booking at the weekend, they have no one available to help!!![/COLOR]

I suggest that anyone that has booked through [COLOR=#ff0000]hotel-club[/COLOR] double checks with the hotel before they travel to make sure that payment has been received! - Since posting this I have found dozens of complaints about Orbitz on various sites, most along the lines that when people turn up at hotels they end up paying again because payment has not been received from Orbitz!
Another thing, trying ringing UK based help number on the cofirmation voucher, 01753 288 952, it rings and then says "PLEASE HANG UP", if that dosent start alarm bells ringing then nothing will !
#28
Thanks for the feedback blueladd :)

As mentioned earlier, I used HotelClub to book a room in France without any problems.
#29
fantastic deal, just got mine booked ! yoohoooooo

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