$25 Hotel Credit When You Sign Up for Orbitz Rewards

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Update: Though nothing in the terms & conditions indicated you could not do both offers, some readers are reporting that they did not receive the $25 email. When I’ve contacted Orbitz I’ve gotten mixed responses — some agents saying the $10 offer invalidates the $25 code and others offering a $25 refund on the first booking.

First saw this promo mentioned on Pizza In Motion: new members can currently sign up for Orbitz Rewards and get $10 to use instantly towards a hotel booking. This also stacks with the $25 promo code you get towards your first hotel stay when signing up with my referral link.

Orbitz 10 orbucks sign up bonus


The landing page won’t show the $10 promo but it will be instantly credited to your account. The $25 promo code will be emailed, usually within 24 hoursupdate: Orbitz reps say it may now take up to 5 business days. Note the $10 credit expires in 60 days.

orbitz rewards 10 orbucks sign up bonus credited

What is Orbitz Rewards?

Orbitz Rewards is one of my favorite loyalty programs because the benefits are instant. You earn Orbucks for most bookings — hotel, flights, and vacation packages– made through Orbitz which can then be redeemed towards a hotel booking.

earning orbitz rewards

If you’ve only earned $.13 you can take that off your next Orbitz hotel booking. This is way better than alternatives like Expedia Rewards which require a minimum number of points to redeem for a discount. Orbucks can be combined with their other sales and promos to maximize your savings. 

With only 4 stays you become a gold member which comes with hotel upgrades, wifi, and breakfast.

I use my Orbucks for non-chain hotel stays which won’t impact my ability to earn elite status.

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