(EXPIRED) Greyhound: Save 30% With Promo Code HAPPY30 (Book By Dec 31)

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Greyhound is offering a 30% discount for travel in the first couple of months of the new year when using promo code HAPPY30. There are some key exclusions though, so be aware of those before booking anything.

Greyhound Promo Code HAPPY30

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Offer is valid for the first 5,000 customers to book travel under this promotion.
  • 30% valid on travel originating in the US when booking on www.Greyhound.com for travel between January 7 – February 27 (Excludes all Fridays and Sundays and travel on January 20 and February 17).
  • Tickets for 30% discount must be purchased by midnight December 31.
  • Promo code must be used on original purchase to reduce the fare of the ticket price by 30% for a one way or round-trip ticket.
  • Only one discount can be applied per person.
  • When using a Child or Senior fare and a promo code, the higher of the applicable discounts will apply.
  • The fare discount under this promotion does not apply to taxes, applicable fees or additional costs.

Quick Thoughts

I took several Greyhound rides during our #40kFaraway challenge earlier this year and it was a fantastic, low-cost option for travel straight into the center of a city. 30% off what can already be fairly cheap travel is a nice additional discount.

The downside with this promotion is that Friday and Sunday travel is excluded, so the HAPPY30 promo code isn’t good for weekends away. If your travel dates are flexible though, a Greyhound ride might be worth considering.

Last updated on January 4th, 2020

About Stephen Pepper

Stephen Pepper is on a 5 year, 50 state road trip with his wife Shae and their dog Truffles. Finding opportunities to earn miles and points is one of the ways they can afford to do this, so he'll try to help you do the same for your own travels.

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