Deal DetailsLast Edited by Eagles89 November 21, 2010 at 09:44 AM
You do not have to be Canadian to use the site! Book at your own risk though, you might have to fight Expedia later for the price.
Don't worry if you get charged for the airfare, Expedia will refund you in a different charge.
Use voucher code "SAVE300" on the last billing page to get $300 off any vacation package to Las Vegas. There are many vacation packages for $300 or less, making the trip free. If your package is less than $300, add some addons to make the price above $300.
Valid from any city on any airline to either LAS, NYC, or CUN (Cancun). No min stay, travel must be from Nov 20 to Dec 31.
You can only use one voucher per credit card.
1. Do not refresh the billing page or it will remove the voucher!
2. If you want to book tickets for multiple people, you can book a hotel for one day on one booking and a hotel for the next day on another booking to save money.
3. If you want to make multiple bookings and have a Citi card, use the virtual account feature to generate credit card numbers.
4. You are not required to have a hotel night each night of your trip (you can get away with just 1 night).
5. If you already have a flight to Vegas, you can still use this deal to get cheap hotels by choosing the cheapest flights (probably from Denver)
6. Voucher expires at midnight on Sunday but it could end at any time and prices have been increasing as more people book.
7. Make sure you are using expedia.ca and not expedia.com
8. Do not call!
Flight: 1 roundtrip ticket - New York to Las Vegas on JetBlue Dec 13 - Dec 15
Hotel: 2 nights, Las Vegas - Days Inn Las Vegas At Wild Wild West Gambling Hall
Package booking cost: C$258.31
Taxes & Fees: C$53.02
Package Total: C$11.33
SAVE300 - C$300 discount voucher
Canadian bookings only. Book a flight + hotel package at an Expedia Special Rate hotel in Las Vegas, Cancun, Riviera Maya and Manhattan on www.expedia.ca from 12:00:01AM PT November 20, 2010 to 11:59:59 PM PT November 21, 2010 for travel between November 20, 2010 – December 31, 2010 and receive a C$300 discount on that booking off Expedia.ca's current advertised prices for that flight + Expedia Special Rate hotel package.
You must use voucher code SAVE300 when prompted on the Billing & Delivery page during check-out to receive the discount. Limit of one voucher per booking. Discount cannot be applied post-purchase and is applied after applicable taxes. Valid for qualifying flight+hotel bookings only; new bookings only. No minimum night stay required. Travel cannot begin before November 20, 2010 and must be completed by December 31, 2010. Voucher has no cash surrender value.
Since deal is dead, here is a link for those that go in on the deal to discuss fun stuff, meetups, deals, etc for Vegas
Giveaway/swap your throwaway hotel nights, vouchers, and tickets:
After almost two days, EXPEDIA.CA finally pulled it.
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Confirmation of refund processing...
If you want to confirm that Expedia is going to refund back the $300, since the airfare is charged fully, pull up your itinerary on expedia.ca and go down and click on Payment History. You will see 2 charges - one for the full package and another refund. Print this out in addition to the emails/itinerary screen shots for CC dispute, they are processing the refund.
Worst case, they void everything out. If you have to fight, you have proof that they were processing the refunds on the same day they charged you.
New Terms Added Those who are planning to book now please check before booking
"Coupon is non-refundable, non-transferable and only available for transactions/travel originating in Canada. One coupon per person. Any portion of the package which is cancelled will make the coupon null and void and the full amount of the package will be charged to the credit card.
Expedia reserves the right to cancel this promotion at any time."
The promotion has changed, adding the part about "only available for transactions/travel originating in Canada. One coupon per person." You can see the original terms at http://webcache.google