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20% off Hotels ($100 Cap, Excludes Some Hotels) @ Webjet

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FRENZY20

Webjet is offering 20% off hotel bookings.

Compare the pair (14-16 Oct):

As you can see 2/3 hotels are cheaper at Webjet. You can however stack with discount gift cards which may work out better.

T&Cs:

*20% OFF Hotel Sale coupon code: Offer valid from 00:01 23 May – 23:59 26 May 2022 (AEST) for hotels only, for stays between 1 June - 31 December 2022. Your coupon code “FRENZY20" can be redeemed on accommodation bookings only at https://hotels.webjet.com.au/. Select your preferred accommodation and enter the coupon code FRENZY20 in the Coupon Code field on the payment page for 20% OFF your total accommodation booking cost. A max capped discount of $100 OFF applies. Excludes some accommodations/hotel chains, and coupon does not apply to 'Pay Later' booking types. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Read our full Coupon Code Terms & Conditions. Webjet’s standard booking Terms and Conditions apply.

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Comments

  • +6

    Thanks, bought 10 hotels.

    • +6

      Lol
      Dont u needed to buy 4 houses before buying a hotel?

  • +3

    Be careful, I tried one hotel which is $175 with 8% VISA discount from hotels.com and at Webjet its $188.80 after 20% discount.

  • All the hotels I tried for Dec in Kathmandu are not part of this 20% discount :(

  • "Webjet will only be liable to provide a refund to me to the extent that it actually receives a refund from the relevant Supplier. Where refunds are due to me from a Supplier, Webjet will provide reasonable assistance to me in claiming a refund from that Supplier. In that situation, Webjet is authorised (but not obliged) to seek such refunds from the Supplier directly and on its own behalf."

    Can't see how this would ever stack up in court. "We'll take your money no problems but, yeah, we're not gonna be on the hook for returning any of it".

    • I think that's standard for travel agents/booking companies. If say you are owed a refund for a cruise and then cruise ship doesn't refund back, then it's not up to the travel agent to pay up. It is a travel agent/booking companies job to advocate on behalf of you however. Made more sense in the 80s/90s when a family would just go down to the travel agent and sort everything out.

      • I'm not a lawyer but I thought Australian Consumer Law said otherwise. If you buy a TV from David Jones then DJs is responsible to handle issues, not the TV manufacturer. If you get NBN through Telstra, then Telstra is responsible for handling any issues, not the NBN. And so on.

        • While that is true for consumer warranties, it does not cover everything.
          Would you be cancelling travel plans because it was not fit for purpose?

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