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Black Friday deals at 2020

Save an extra 10% off at this Black Friday.


Black Friday is on 29 November 2019, so it’s still too early for this year’s sales to be announced. But, as soon as they are we’ll post them right here.

Last year, offered up to 50% off hotels plus an extra 10% off with a code.

The Black Friday sale hasn’t started yet, but these deals are available now:

Extra 8% off stays

Save on hotel stays from 1 April 2020 - 30 June 2021 in Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Fiji, Thailand, Singapore, USA and more. Available at select hotels.

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Popular Black Friday deals

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30 Mar 2020 Extra 8% off stays AFF****

How does the Black Friday deals compare to other sales?

Last year, offered an extra 10% off stays with a code (which you can find above), better than the previous year’s Black Friday offer which featured an extra 9% off.

We’ve found throughout the year’s discount codes usually ranged between 5-8%, so we think this offer is pretty strong. Especially considering you can use it on hotel stays that are already discounted up to 50%.

Tips to getting the best deal on Black Friday:

  • Don’t stay at chain hotels: sales usually exclude major hotel brands. By staying at boutique places and independent hotels, you can use the discount code for extra savings.
  • Pay in advance: Extra discounts are only available if you pay in advance. If you opt to pay when you arrive at the hotel, you can’t get the extra 10% off.
  • Book up to five stays: If you’re a frequent traveller, try to lock in stays for your next bunch of getaways. You can make up to five bookings and apply the discount code to each.

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