3 of the 6 times I booked a hotel for my 10 holiday challenge, Booking.com offered the best rates – NICE ONE LADS.
And so when they sent me an email to say ‘would you like to give how many holidays fan folk £25 off their next booking’ I was like ‘erm, yeah? What’s the catch?’.
But it turns out that apart from needing to book a hotel worth £50 or more, there wasn’t one.
So, if you’ve got a hotel that needs booking, USE THIS LINK PALS:
PLEASE NOTE: If you’ve had an email saying you’re due to receive £0 instead of £25, do not fret! It’s just a comms glitch. Scroll to the bottom for further info.
You can also see it in the flesh here!
There’s currently no expiry date on this offer and it even works if you’ve booked with the site in the past so why not save this page and keep it in mind for any upcoming jaunts.
You can only claim this once per account but if you’re booking for a second time and staying with someone else, why not set them up an account too?
HAPPY HOLIDAYING and don’t forget to tell me where you end up going!
WHERE MA MONEY AAAAT?
You’re back from your trip and you want your money – I HEAR YOU!
First things first, if you’ve had an email saying you’re due to receive £0 back instead of the promised £25, don’t worry.
As long as you’ve followed the terms (over £50 spend, first time using a referral link, card details uploaded onto Booking.com) you will get your £25 back. It’s just a communications glitch (based on the fact that I get £0 back each time one of you books!) that the team are working to sort out.
Your money will be back in your account 30 days after you return home from your stay and you can track this by logging onto your Booking.com account and clicking on ‘My Dashboard’.
Then, click on ‘Refer friends and earn’ (or click that from the dropdown menu straightaway!) and scroll to the bottom where it says ‘All Bookings’ which should look a little something like this:
HOPE THAT HELPS GUYYYYZ!