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The last day of Daily Getaways’ third week has arrived, and with it a single offer with very limited availability. This is one of the best deals out there and has sold out nearly instantly every time it’s been offered thus far. The deal goes live at 1pm ET, so if you’re hoping to catch this, I’d be waiting with multiple browsers open at 12:59pm ET, mashing the refresh button and praying.

The Details

  • A $1,000 Orbitz hotel promo code valid for travel to qualifying hotels across the globe!
  • Book by March 15 2020, for travel through December 31, 2020
  • 60 (only!) available
  • $650
  • Max per customer
  • The voucher cannot be reused, even in the event of change or cancellation, so be sure your plans are set in stone before you book.
  • Coupon is only good for a single booking with no refund in difference of cost, so you’ll need to pick a hotel as close to the $1000 threshold as possible.


I’ve been waiting all year for this deal and it’s finally here. I missed out previously but time I’m bringing out the reinforcements (my parents) for extra browser-refreshing power. This is one of the few cash equivalent deals available via Daily Getaways, and while it’s got a few strings attached, it can represent significant value on already discounted hotel bookings. Of course, by booking through a third party platform you won’t be receiving elite night credits or award points for your reservation, but I think in this case the discount justifies the lack of benefits.

Has anyone here redeemed one of these before? What was your experience?

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