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Booking.com: 15% Cashback @ ShopBack

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I think this 15% Cashback is only for today.

To Ensure Booking.com Cashback and Promo Code Eligibility.

DOs

  • Clickthrough ShopBack again if there's any error
  • Read Other Terms and Conditions below
  • Use only promo codes from ShopBack
  • Please note the use of Adblock software may affect your Cashback claim. If installed, please disable your ad blocking software entirely during your shopping sessions.

DON'Ts

  • Promo codes or voucher codes not approved by ShopBack
  • Gift card purchases unless otherwise stated
  • Cancellations, no shows & changes to booking
  • Any Non-Hotel bookings & Any expenditure outside of the room rate (eg. in-room dining, spa etc) is ineligible for cashback
  • Booking.basic reservations and Bookings on External pages are not applicable for Cashback

Referral Links

Referral: random (4086)

$30 for referrer, $10 for referee after referee qualifies.

Qualifying requirements for referee: 1. Made a minimum $20 online purchase (below exclusions apply), 2. Received a minimum $10 confirmed cashback online, 3. Added banking details to account.

Users will need to fulfil the referral criteria within 180 days from referee's sign-up date to unlock cashback.

Exclusions: Any other ShopBack new customer bonus offers; Purchases from Uber, Kayo Sports, DoorDash, Hayu, Accor Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels Group, ShopBack Vouchers (Gift Cards), Woolworths Gift Cards, Circles.Life (list subject to change)

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closed Comments

  • +12

    Booking.com should be banned from cashback deals for price jacking when clicking through.

    • +3

      I suggested that last time and was downvoted

      Mods said post will remain

    • +5

      The price increases by the cashback amount for some bookings but for others the price increases by less or not at all so there are often still good savings to be had. There needs to be a warning so people check for themselves but banning these deals being posted would mean no one would benefit for the bookings where savings are to be had.

      • Or maybe it would lead to less traffic and they'd realise people don't want cashback on jacked prices and they'd stop it? Either way i guess it doesn't hurt to have it posted and have a warning attached to booking.com (and agoda too!)

    • I black listed them because they wouldnt refund me after I booked a room in what turned out to be a crack house. Their policy is that the establishment must ok the refund. So I will never book with them again.

  • +2

    $280 not clicked thru
    $302 clicked thru

    $23.30 saving is still a saving. I suppose.

    • every time someone said they jacked up the prices clicking through shopback, I thought they were lying.
      had a go now,
      675 not clicked through
      722 clicked through lol

      • +3

        In addition to that issue, they didn't honour one of my bookings. Never used shopback again.

      • +1

        It's depends. I guess.
        I booked a hotel last month for June. So I am following the price.
        Right Now, without click 1307, with click 1307. I don't see any price jack.
        However my booking last month, it was 586 before any cashback for the same dates, same room.
        I have no idea why the price is almost more than double.

        • +1

          I did book a hotel room from 30 dec to 3 jan and had no price difference with or without cashback.
          but now I had.

    • +2

      Ended up using Agoda 18% with cash rewards. I hope it tracks.

      • Definitely does. No jacking either. Although the booking shows as USD 🤷‍♂️

  • +1

    Not all hotels jack prices. I booked some accommodation in Japan for later this year and it was the same price.

    • +1

      Yes, not all of them.

  • +1

    I am not aware of this. I just searched the accommodation that I had previously booked both with Shopback activated and without any Shopback in a different browser. Fortunately, both gave the same price. But I will take note of this in the future when using Booking.com with cashback.

  • Last month, had problem getting paid advertised rate by SB.

    SB email & Deal here was for 16% for Expedia. But tracked at normal rate of 6%.

    SB wanted so much info to make a claim, rather than ensure advertised cashback rate was applied.

    Took weeks to correct cashback (still pending).

    Had unexpectedly needed to extend my booked accommodation, as was caught in flooded area. Didn't need this extra hassle, SB!

    • +2

      And that's why Cashrewards is still superior

      • +2

        Much easier to deal with CR in my years of experience with cashback.

        Having TA (an OzBargainer who later worked for CR) there to help in many Deals is reassuring. Long ago he ran Deals past me to sort out any problems - before posting.

        I've spent so much time behind the scenes sorting out problems in early SB Deals. SB thought vague & sometimes conflicting reassurances that we would be paid cashback - was all they needed to give.

        When things go wrong, dealing with a local business & culture (CR) is easier than Singapore based SB.

        When SB won't even stand by the cashback rates they promote - they've lost me as a customer.

  • +1

    Agoda is currently 18% at Cashrewards

  • Has anyone added in an extra guest name and had their cashback ineligible?

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