Expedia launches huge sale with up to 40% off hotel stays until January 2022

Expedia has launched a huge five-day sale with a bonanza of daily deals and discounts for holidaymakers, including up to 40% off hotel stays through to January 2022.

The bookings website has launched ‘Expedia Travel Week’ which will include daily offers across 50,000 hotels and 800 activities, as well as specially-curated itineraries to offer up a dose of inspiration.

There are heaps of UK hotel deals this summer, with the brand finding that the most popular spots for the summer include London, Devon, Lake District, North Wales and Edinburgh.

The best part is that the deals are valid for stays by January 31, 2022, so there’s ample opportunity to snap up a break whether you’re planning to hit the beach in the summer or want to explore Christmas markets come winter time.

You can check out the sale on both Expedia.co.uk and the Expedia Mobile App (you can also find the full T&Cs in both). The sale ends on Saturday June 12.

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It’s worth adding that if you are booking a hotel, make sure to check its booking policy – while most have flexible cancellation policies, this doesn’t mean all of them do. You can filter your search using ‘free cancellation’ or ‘reserve now, pay later’ – make sure to select a refundable room type.

As part of the sale, the brand has teamed up with some travel bloggers and influencers, for specially-curated itineraries in some of their favourite destinations. For those feeling inspired, there will be a 20% off coupon for the hotel mentioned in the itinerary of the day (there will be a new one to discover on each of the days).

The sale also includes deals on hotels in popular European holiday destinations such Majorca and Portugal. If you are thinking of booking a trip abroad, make sure to check the latest UK government guidance and Foreign Office advice. We also have a wider guide explaining travel rules for amber and green list destinations.

However, it’s worth noting that the government has said people should not be travelling to amber list countries for holidays – and if the Foreign Office advises against travel, your insurance will be invalidated if you choose to ignore the advice and go abroad anyway, which could leave you risking thousands of pounds in extra costs.

Are you hoping to go abroad this year, or will you be sticking to staycations? Let us know in the comments below.




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