The title says it all, already a nice savings on Travelocity hotels, but even better if you can make use of the included equally valued Restaurant.com eGift card. This works great for me as one of my favorite restaurants in the city is a Restaurant.com partner. Yes, it’s true $25 Restaurant.com gift cards can be had for $4 quite often, but with this deal you are also getting the Travelocity Hotel eGift card. A Fandango deal is also available, click here for the offer link and details. Remember, to utilize the UR Mall or other shopping portal on the restaurant.com purchase (browse to restaurant.com from the portal and then click the specials graphic on the homepage, then click “more specials” and you should see the Travelocity deal). However, you cannot double dip on the booking since it is a Travelocity affiliate site and not the actual Travelocity homepage.

Travelocity®Hotel eGift Card:

  • 2-night minimum stay and pre-tax package spend of $150 for the $50 Travelocity® Hotel eGift Card
  • Promotional values of the Travelocity® Hotel eGift Card expire on September 30th, 2013. Paid values do not expire.
  • Limit one room per reservation
  • Limit one eGift Card per reservation
  • Reservations must be booked online at www.TravelocityIncentives.com (not Travelocity.com)
  • Full value of the Travelocity® Hotel eGift Card must be used at once; no change or credit returned.
  • Tax is not included
  • Cannot be combined with other offers or promotions.
  • eGift Cards are non-refundable but are transferable unless otherwise stated.
  • Travelocity, Stars Design, Roaming Gnome and design are trademarks of Travelocity.com LP and are used by license

Restaurant.com eGift Card:

  • Restaurant.com eGift Cards Never Expire.
  • May be redeemed solely for services at www.theidealmeal.com.
  • Have no cash value and are not redeemable for cash at any time.
  • Must be redeemed online for restaurant-specific certificates.
  • Resale is prohibited unless authorized by Restaurant.com.
  • This eGift Card cannot be brought directly into restaurants and must be redeemed online.

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Mike Primo January 18, 2013 - 12:19 pm

Beware!

The gift cards are not issued directly from Travelocity but rather a different company called Travelcity Incentives.

There are several limitations of these gift cards:

1) The hotels are not from the full Travelocity hotel list

2) The lowest prices are not usually available from this list

3) The original paid value of the card does not expire,
however the booking engine forces a 2 night minimum after
the promotion value expiration date. This is illegal in CA.
The paid value is equivalent to cash in many US states and
minimum stay conditions cannot be imposed after expiration.

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adam January 18, 2013 - 7:32 pm

@Mike Primo – Thanks for these, very good to know. I was aware of #1, but did not realize that the lowest prices are not usually available. I just did a check for NYC and the prices at the top 3 properties match, I’ll try out some other cities and see if this holds true.

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alex January 18, 2013 - 6:43 pm

hello, just a quick question, so i should be able to purchase this gift card/gift certificate combo thru ultimate rewards mall or the mileage plus shopping portal and earn miles since its thru restaurant.com? I understand on booking i will not be able to double dip since its thru travelocityincentives and not travelocity. thanks

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adam January 18, 2013 - 7:29 pm

@Alex – Yes, you definitely cannot double dip on the booking since it is not Travelocity. However, on the purchase I would assume this should qualify. Use UR Mall or MP SP to browse to restaurant.com and then click the specials graphic on the homepage. Then click “more specials” and you should see the Travelocity deal

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PH January 18, 2013 - 11:09 pm

While Travelocity Incentives and Restaurant.com would like to call this a gift card, I think it’s more accurate to describe this as a voucher, given the somewhat onerous T&Cs.

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Tiffani January 20, 2013 - 2:16 am

Anyone know if this could be used in conjunction with 4 regular travelocityincentives.com gift cards on their site it says only 1 promo gift card per reservation, but doesn’t say if you can combine the promo card with a normal one such as the ones you get on the viggle app

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dj January 20, 2013 - 5:45 pm

$25 for 2 nights worth $150 is pretty good. has anyone actually bot it & checked out the booking availability?

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dj January 20, 2013 - 5:55 pm

I googled & found 3 entries about “Travelocity Incentives” on Ripoff Report. I dont know the validity of RR so take it with a grain of salt & judge by yourself. For me it’s a pass.

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