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Hilton just launched a three day flash sale on some properties in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East – though interestingly enough the “three day sale” is valid for five days until October 17th. Rooms start at around $87 USD, however some cost many times that amount. While doing some brief searches I found the flash sale rates to be pretty decent discounts in some cases, but they weren’t always available. The discounts are advertized to be between 15% – 40% off. They also require full non-refundable prepayment, so take that into consideration. As long as your plans are 100% certain, this could be a good way to save some cash for some stays overseas.
Terms and Conditions:
Offer is subject to availability at participating hotels within the Hilton Worldwide portfolio of brands in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Book between October 15, 2012 and October 17, 2012 (offer closes midnight GMT +1). For participating hotels in Europe, stay on weekends between October 19, 2012 and December 29, 2013 except as otherwise indicated. For purposes of this offer, “weekend” is defined as Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights in Europe. For all other participating hotels, stay between October 15, 2012 and December 31, 2013. Full non-refundable prepayment required at time of booking In the event of cancellation, refunds are limited to ten percent (10%) of the total prepayment (only for hotels in Germany). Discounts vary and range from 15% to 40% off select rates. Offer not available for stays on 31 December 2012. Other blackout dates may apply based upon which day of the week a stay is consumed, geographical location of hotel and/or by brand. Additional restrictions apply. Before booking, please click here to see full offer terms and conditions.
Thanks to Hippo72 for pointing out this new sale! Have you found any dates/rates that will work for your plans?