$75 Off Even One Night Hotel Stays at Jetsetter

According to Deals We Like, Jetsetter is offering $75 off of a hotel night with promo code jetset75 (which you enter by clicking on the “Redeem promo code or gift code” link underneath billing information) for bookings made by tomorrow at 11:59pm Eastern.

Some hotels will allow you to take $75 off a single hotel night while others require a two-night minimum stay. The code is usable only once per account, but if two people are traveling together then make two reservations where you each apply the code.

I’ve had my run-ins with Jetsetter in the past.

And I don’t entirely trust them in honoring referral credits.

But since I’d hate for them not to even have the chance to pay out their referral credits when someone uses this deal, this is my referral link to sign up for Jetsetter, each new member booking a trip earns the referrer $25.

I’d be thrilled to share the wealth, feel free to enter your own referral link in the comments and perhaps a reader will use it and post theirs as well.

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  1. In the event you are able to find a hotel and get $75 off for 1 night, I could totally see Jetsetter canceling your reservation. Also I don’t like the fact that when you search, the price doesn’t include tax.

  2. I don’t think many folks will find great bargains. Like I looked at Vegas — a place where $75 off should go pretty far on a room — and the deals were so-so, at best.

  3. I do not see why they would cancel a one night reservation? Nothing in the terms state that is must be a multi-night stay.

  4. Looks like it works for a “DC Mystery Hotel” in Dupont Circle, bringing the lowest nightly total down from $154 to $79, inclusive of tax.

  5. For those who can’t be bothered to read Gary’s previous post: these guys can’t be trusted. Don’t use them.

  6. Contrary to some other posts, I was able to find an excellent deal. I was searching for Whistler hotel and Jetsetter promo+$75 discount ended up being 33% cheaper than my best idea.

    Re: issues. I bought Virgin America voucher from Gilt (same group) and fighting them to honor T&C [poorly written].

  7. I’ve read some reviews mentioning weak wifi and other faults and won’t personally book it due to a need to work, but one could get 2 nights at the Dream Hotel Bangkok can be had for $100 before tax. That means the total for 2 nights is less than $40. One-night bookings at the property are not allowed via jetsetter.

  8. jetsetter referral credits only last 12 mths .
    it does not say this on the website anywhere.
    they would not reactivate my credits.
    I dont trust this company at all with any booking now as if the t and cs are incorrect what else is not right!

  9. Be careful. Jetsetter cancelled our hotel res for tomorrow night, less than 24 hours before check in time.

  10. Jetsetter cancelled the two nights I booked (with two different guest names) under this reservation. No explanations.

  11. My reservation is not cancelled yet but I still have not been issued a hotel confirmation number. Should I call?

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