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If you are staying in this country, you can escape for a quick trip to the Lake District, Dublin, Devon or Cornwall, while you will discover hotel deals for all budgets and tastes in further afield places such as Berlin, Dubai and Hong Kong. Jet off to the Algarve, Italy or Las Vegas by booking a flight only deal, while their list of holiday destinations includes Japan, Mexico, Spain, Thailand, Taiwan and Austria.
When it comes to arranging trips, if you book your flights and hotels together, you can take advantage of their biggest discounts, on top of being able to earn cashback with our Expedia promo code deals.
A flash 72-hour Expedia sale last summer saw them offer some great bargains to fantastic destinations across the globe for anyone planning a city break or holiday. The sale meant you could have saved on trips to places ranging from Berlin, Paris and Rome to Bangkok and Dubai.
There were discounts on hotel stays, and with Expedia’s flight and hotel packages, you could have been sure you would have been getting the best value flights. The sale lasted for 72 hours up until June 29th, with the deals available for stays up until August 11th. They also had a summer sale on activities, which offered £20 off when you spent a minimum of £100.
Expedia Stops Accepting Bitcoin, Driving Users to Alternative Travel Sites
Expedia, the online travel agency that has been one of the largest merchants to accept bitcoin since 2014, has quietly stopped accepting the cryptocurrency, forcing users to seek alternative travel services.
Marketexclusive.com reported on July 2 that an Expedia spokesperson confirmed the company would not accept bitcoin for hotel or flight bookings and that it was evaluating alternative payment options. The report noted that Expedia faced frequent problems with bitcoin payments, including customer dissatisfaction about the payment process timing out, a hectic refund process, and some customers finding they needed to pay with their credit card even after they paid in bitcoin.
There was also no mention of the decision to stop accepting bitcoin on the company’s website or in its first quarter financial report. Numerous posts have speculated that Expedia stopped accepting bitcoin because Coinbase, Expedia’s bitcoin payment processor, introduced a new merchant tool that changed its custodial merchant service.
In late March, Reddit announced it would no longer accept bitcoin payments for its premium membership program, Reddit Gold, mainly on account of Coinbase’s new merchant platform.
A Reddit administrator was quoted as saying that Coinbase’s change, in addition to some issues with the bitcoin payment option, caused the service to discontinue bitcoin acceptance. Aside from Cheapair.com, there are a variety of lesser-known travel services and airlines that accept cryptocurrency.
Travel websites that accept bitcoin include Destina.com, Abitsky.com, Btctrip.com, Fluege.com, Nurflug. Airlines that accept bitcoin include Airbaltic.com of Latvia, Flypeach.com of Japan, Fat.com.
Expedia itself had been on that list since June 2014, when it announced that it would accept bitcoin for hotel bookings. Michael Gulmann, company vice president, said at the time that the bitcoin acceptance was only a test.
Expedia’s Airplane + Hotel Etiquette Study Reveals the Latest in Travel Annoyances
PRNewswire/ – Today Expedia.com® released the results of its 2018 Airplane and Hotel Etiquette Study, a deep dive into travel behavior from 35,000 feet to 350 square feet.
The average person takes five flights per year and spends 14 nights in a hotel, so it’s not surprising strong opinions are formed when traveling. Travelers might find some insurance against seat kicking by upgrading to premium economy or choosing a seat in front of an exit row.
Travelers are extremely budget conscious; price and associated fees are among the biggest factors people take into consideration when booking a flight or hotel. 75 percent of travelers deem freebies such as Wi-Fi, breakfast, resort credits, free parking, and room upgrades as very or somewhat important when booking a hotel.
Across the globe, travelers are most annoyed to find bed bugs, a used condom, cigarette smoke or foul smell upon checking into a hotel room – while dirty surroundings are the main reason travelers request to switch hotel rooms, more than half rarely or never sanitize items like the remote and phone, or wear shower shoes to protect their feet.
South Koreans are the most likely to get drunk on a flight – Thai and American travelers round out the top three. Travelers typically recline their seats for two reasons – only if it’s a long flight, three hours or more, or when going to sleep. Hotel habits – most travelers admit to hiding valuables from housekeeping and taking items from a hotel room.
Visit the Expedia Viewfinder Blog for a full analysis of the 2018 Airplane and Hotel Etiquette Study. About the 2018 Airplane and Hotel Etiquette Survey This study was conducted on behalf of Expedia by Northstar Research Partners, a global strategic research firm.