Summer Travel Coupon Codes: Get Something for Nothing
Working for Travelocity, I necessarily spend a great deal of time on our web site hunting down the very best hotel deals. Time and time again, I come across promotional — or coupon — codes in our top destinations. Here’s the gist: enter a code at checkout, get X dollars off your trip (typically between $50 – $100). The trick is, however, to actually know about the promo codes and apply them to your booking. And frankly — sorry Travelocity but it’s true — these codes are often buried and not at all easy to find.
So on this fine summer day I’ve decided to round up all the promo codes I’ve found on the site and provide you, our loyal readers, direct links to the pages where you can read all the details and decide if the codes are beneficial to you. Because, if you could save $100 by simply typing a few letters in a box, wouldn’t you do it? Of course you would. That’s a $100 you can spend on poolside cocktails instead.
Las Vegas: Save $50 on Las Vegas hotels hotels and $100 on packages (must use American Express card).
Las Vegas: Save $150 on select MGM Resort packages (must use American Express card).
New Orleans: Save $50 on hotel stays and $100 on flight + hotel.
South Carolina: Save $50 on hotel stays and $100 on packages.
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My name: Genevieve Shaw Brown. I also answer to Genny and Gen.
How I earn my keep: I work at Travelocity.
Greatest travel lesson learned: I travel for my job, but I've learned work is work, vacation is vacation, and it's best not to try and do both on one trip.
Fondest travel memory: There are so many... but a recent experience was being totally jet-lagged and waking up pre-dawn in Koh Samui, Thailand, and watching the sun rise with my husband on the beach. We talked about what all our friends and family were doing at that very same moment as the sun set back home in New York.
First thing I do in a new place: Peruse the local restaurants and map out my dining strategy for the duration of my trip. Dining strategy = eating at as many restaurants as humanly possible.
First thing I do when I get home: Put a push pin on the destination I just returned from on the map of the world that hangs on the wall above my couch.
Travel ambition: To cover that map completely in push pins.
My most beloved place in the whole world: Cockle Cove Beach in Chatham, Massachusetts.