$30 Off 4 Star Hotels at Hotwire – No Minimum

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Hotwire is offering $30 off 4 star or higher hotels with no minimum amount. The discount only applies to Hotwire Hot Rates and is supposed to be good through 3/2/15.

Since this deal only applies to their “Hot Rates”, you won’t be able to choose a specific property. Instead, you are given basic location and amenity information.

Hotwire does charge their own fees on some of these bookings as well. For example I found a $31 per night hotel in Las Vegas. On that booking, the taxes and fees came to $10.06. Since hotel taxes are 12% in Vegas, that means Hotwire is charging a $6.34 fee.

To get the discount:

  • Click this link.
  • The discount will show on the Hotwire home page.
  • Search and book a “Hot Rate” on a 4 star or higher hotel.

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7 Comments on "$30 Off 4 Star Hotels at Hotwire – No Minimum"

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If you book multiple back to back Hot Rates, what are the odds that you get the same hotel each time? Anyone have experience?


One question, if I book back to back dates can I combine the reservations at a later date? I know how to get the same hotel but have never combined reservations.


Just tried to complete another booking, no-go. One time only discount.


If only this allowed 3-star properties, it would be a great deal for a one-night stay. With 4-stars, you need to find a cheap one — or know exactly what you’re likely to get — to make it worthwhile. I think it works better in Europe (do to laxer standards, more cheap hotels qualify as 4-stars) and Asia (hotels are cheaper) than in the USA.


Are others having the same experience as Frank, that it is a one-time offer? Thanks.