The required hoops are spelled out in Fine Print. If fulfilled, it looks like $59 out of pocket (after $10 processing) for 2 nites and a "$50 dinner". I'd assume regular hotel taxes are also payable (the amount better be investigated in advance). I think the biggest catch is you probably have to be very flexible with your dates.
Also, it looks like this purchase may earn what amounts to 10% Fatwallet Cash
jaimelobo said: Our Trend Micro Security Suite blocks all access to anything to with "vgdestinations"; so I don't have much of a warm and fuzzy about this deal.
It's just another junk deal...so you're not missing much.
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 4:30p
Yes, I think this Saveology deal is kinda warmish, not hot. Main problem is that it requires liberal time availability. Two hotel nights and a dinner is nothing epic - so it's only good for those who really want it. I surely didn't post it in Hot Deals - but someone may go for it. It would be good to hear if it was easy to fulfill, and what the taxes in fact were. But I expect no major negative surprises if executed properly
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 5:12p
So as usual, you want someone else to research the deal for you.
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 5:23p
Not for me. I don't like the aspect of distant limited-day reservation. But it's sure cheaper than most other hotel+dinner arrangements, so someone may score well for their project
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 7:16p
NoMoneyInMyWallet said: So as usual, you want someone else to research the deal for you. As usual.
Not a deal when the poster tries to get others to research the "deal" for him.
As with other "deals" posted by SP, this is a documented scam confirmed by a simple Google search.
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 8:08p
Not tried anything here, just posted a link to the cheapest 2 nights+dinner in the US. Personally, not interested in two nights hotel plus dinner, I don't think it's a biggy... But for many forum readers, half off a single latte is a Hot Deal. So be it. Not for me, but it doesn't mean someone won't use it
posted: Aug. 26, 2013 @ 8:19p
So is it Saveology who sells a scam?
posted: Aug. 29, 2013 @ 6:07a
For one day, today August 29, Saveology offers 20% off by using code EXTRA20 !
So now $39. And less $5 Fat Cash, that's $34! Of course, there is $10 processing of your reservation date, so the total will be $44 (opposed to effective $59 in OP).
So in summary: $44 for "$50 dinner" and 2 nights ( at what appears to be 3-4 star hotel, depending on which of the 40 cities you choose ) . Sounds "almost free" hotel to me
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