Orbitz $50 off $100+ Hotels with Masterpass & $100 for Charity as Well


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Through the end of the year, Orbtiz and Masterpass are teaming up to offer a tremendous discount on hotel bookings while helping a popular charity at the same time.

The Deal

Save $50 when you spend $100+ on select hotel stays on Orbitz.com & Mastercard will donate $100 to Stand Up to Cancer when using your Mastercard in Masterpass and promo code: MASTERPASS

Key Terms

  • $50 Promo code (MASTERPASS) available on desktop, mobile web, and on Orbitz mobile apps that include MasterPass™ as a payment option.
  • Book by December 31, 2015 (12:00 p.m. CT) travel by June 30, 2016
  • Most major chains are excluded.
  • To find participating hotels look for the “PROMO CODE ELIGIBLE” message on Orbitz.com hotel listings.
  • You must enter your promotion code prior to completing your booking to receive the savings; promotion codes cannot be applied to bookings previously made.

You can find the full terms here.

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I can’t tell… is this single use only or can it be used multiple times?


@veeRob — Only way we’ll know is when somebody tries it. Of course, there’s probably little to stop you from opening multiple accounts. You’re likely to want to book each night individually anyway. Obviously, the best deal is if is to find a hotel that’s just barely over $100. Rinse and repeat.


Yes, I did. It can be used multiple times from the same account.


Thank you. Perfect timing for my booking at a historical place where there are no hotel chains available.


@Anil — where? There are LOTS of “historical places” in this world without chain hotels where this deal is completely useless.


Madrid had some pretty good options…booked a 3 star night in central with breakfast for $56 + tax.
Most cities outside of USA will have some good options with this deal if you do some homework.


I tried Rome and some other Italian cities and was very underwhelmed with the offerings (and prices).

And if I’m going to have to book it night-by-night, I want a really nice hotel!


@iahphx – Sorry, missed to mention. The place is called Hampi(meaning Champion), its part of southern India. If you like historical places and you are visiting South India anytime in future, please do plan to visit this place. The other place would be Mysore, the city of palaces.


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BTW, am I correct that there’s no way, when you do a search, to weed out the 90% of listings that aren’t “promo eligible” to see if anything decent might work?


This should be a better deal that it actually is. First, Orbitz has limited listings at, generally, high prices. Second, you have to find a “promo eligible” hotel. That’s extremely difficult in the USA because you pretty much need an independent hotel (non-chain) and few of these — except the WORST motels — are listed on Orbitz.

Slightly better odds overseas, but still slim pickings. This will certainly work for somebody, somewhere — and will be of more use to folks who don’t have access to award night stay alternatives — but it’s just one out of a dozen possible strategies to secure a good hotel booking. I’d guess that, 11 out of 12 times, there’s a better option for sophisticated travelers (aka, your readers).


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