$50 in Free Hotel Tonight Credit With Promo Codes- Even For Existing Users!

Feb 10, 2014

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Update: The BOOKEUROPE promo code has expired.

Last-minute hotel booking app Hotel Tonight is currently offering two promo codes that offer a combined $50 credit that can be used for up to one year and for any hotel served by the app.  The BOOKEUROPE code gives $25 to new or existing users and BKELLY99 is for new users (BKELLY99 only works if you have never used the app before). Note: the BKELLY99 code is my personal link- if you use it we both get $25 instantly- no purchase necessary.  If you know of any other stackable promo codes, please feel free to share in the comments. 
BKELLY99 Hotel Tonight Code

Here’s how to earn your $50 credit:

1) Load up the app and hit the bottom right icon for your profile, then click “Redeem Promo Code”
Hotel Tonight Redeem Promo Code
Then enter promo codes BKELLY99 (or a sign-up code of anyone you might know who already has the app) and then BOOKEUROPE and each will deposit $25 in credit to your account.

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 3) Your $50 will show up in the ‘Credits’ section of your account


This $50 credit will stay valid for 365 days, and can be used to book any hotel served by Hotel Tonight.

Hotel Tonight bookings don’t earn you points/elite status, but it can save you a huge amount on hotel bookings. It’s  good idea to have these credits just in case you’re in a jam and need a last minute hotel and don’t want to use your hard earned points!

Hat tip Travel.Bart.La

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