Earn $30 Free Hotel Quickly Credits for Referring New Customers

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Hotel Quickly just announced that to celebrate the 1,000,000th download of their app they are doubling (2x) the reward when you invite someone to join. This means for each person you refer to the app and books a stay you’ll earn $30 in Hotel Quickly credit.

I’ve written about Hotel Quickly in the past and had a chance to try it out on my last trip to Asia. It’s a handy app to have if you are traveling Asia, Australia, or New Zealand and can be a great way to find discounted hotel deals.

If you don’t have Hotel Quickly as of yet, you can download the app using a referral code to earn $15 in free credit that can be applied for your first stay. After you register feel free to leave your invite code in the comments below!

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Earn 2x Hotel Quickly Referral Credits

For 1,000,000 seconds (~11.57 days) you can earn 2x ($30) the reward for each new person you refer through your invite code.

The normal referral credit amount is $15, but now you’ll earn $30 in free Hotel Quickly credit for each person you refer! To earn the credit the person you refer has to sign-up using your referral code and book a stay.

You can get the Hotel Quickly App here:

Google Play – Android Device

iTunes App Store — iOS

BlackBerry App World — BlackBerry

Also, the top 50 inviters during the promotion period will earn a free night at one of Hotel Quickly’s partner hotels. The free night will be in the form of a voucher at a designated partner hotel, which may really limit the value of the prize for many. The top inviter will earn earn a free getaway including flights and a stay at a 5 star hotel for two.

The promotion will end on 05/25/2015 15:00 PM. See the full terms of the promotion here.

Use Hotel Quickly for Cheap Hotels in Asia

If you travel Asia, Australia and New Zealand you should check out Hotel Quickly, which is a great little app that lets you book last-minute stays at heavily discounted rates.

A cool part about Hotel Quickly is that once you register using a referral code (my code is RANDY if you want to use it) you’ll earn $15 in free credits.

After you have an account you can invite friends, family, and fellow travelers to register with your code and you will also earn $30 once they book a stay using the app.

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This may not sound like much, but in Asia where you can find quality hotels cheaply it can go a long way and may be worth a free night or even two.

I haven’t looked into Hotel Quickly’s rates in depth, but I have noticed that there are some great deals on the app when I compared a few luxury hotels in Thailand. It’s still always a good idea to double check that you are getting the best rate by doing a quick search on Kayak or another 3rd party booking site.

The Bottom Line

If you don’t have Hotel Quickly yet, it’s a great time to sign up and share you referral code to earn 2x ($30) in referral rewards.

If you register using my invite code RANDY feel free to add your referral code in the comments below for other people to use!

The app can be a great way to save on hotels when traveling around Asia and the Pacific region and and easy way to get a steal on some top-tier hotels in Asia when they discount them enough.

Have you used Hotel Quickly for booking hotels? What did you think?

About The Author

Rand Shoaf

Rand Shoaf

Introduced to traveling at a young age, Rand has since traveled to over 45 countries. Learning how to maximize credit card sign-up bonuses in college has allowed him to earn millions of travel miles and points. Using the same tips and tricks he writes about here has ultimately allowed him to explore the word for pennies on the dollar.

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