Travelodge Asia: Third Night Free when Paying with Mastercard

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Travelodge Asia, which unlike its British counterpart offers pretty good properties, now has a pretty cool sale. When you book a three-night stay with a Mastercard, you will get the third night for free. You must present your Mastercard at check-in.

You have to guarantee your stay with a credit card. You can cancel your reservation up to 48 hours before arrival, otherwise, you’d need to pay a one-night penalty.

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Travelodge Asia offers a free night when booking a 3 nights stay when paying with Mastercard

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The terms are quite simple: you can book your stay on travelodgehotels.asia until December 31, 2022 for stays completed until March 31, 2022. Bookings can be refunded up to 48 hours before 18:00 in the hotel’s time zone on arrival day. You have to guarantee your stay with a Mastercard credit card.

While the terms don’t detail it, you can redeem two free nights per stay (So you’d pay four nights for a six days stay). If you’d stay more than seven nights, you can take a look at Travelodge Asia’s long-term stay discount. Or you can just go to a different Travelodge for another six nights.

To book your stay, you have to go to Travelodge Asia’s website. There you can enter your city and dates. The results will automatically show you both the discounted, the normal and the breakfast rate. In our example, you’d save SGD 221 (~€155), which is one-third of the original price.

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In Asia, Travelodge manages 13 properties in Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Korea and Singapore. They offer a superior experience compared to their UK counterpart.

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