TravelPony goodies: more cities and hotels, plus a new 10% off code.

It’s no secret that I really like TravelPony. I’ve found some truly amazing rates on their site, and have been able to stack those rates with some great discounts. All of this has added up to a ton of savings.

New cities and hotels.

I was happy to learn that TravelPony has added a nice bunch of cities to their list, both internationally and around the United States. International highlights include properties in the Caribbean (St. Lucia, St. Martin, and Curacao); Europe (Istanbul, Florence, and Prague); and Asia (Phuket, Seoul, and Manila).

Hotel Mamaison Riverside in Prague

Hotel Mamaison Riverside in Prague

In North America, they’ve added a lot of smaller cities to the mix.

New discount code.

TravelPony has released a new 10% off code (PONYPOINTS10), which is good until March 31. If you stack this with the new user code of $35, you can find some very solid deals on the site. (You can get the $35 bonus though a referral link from a friend. Here is my link if you would like to use it. Feel free to share your own links in the comments section below)!

New search menu.

One change on their site that I’m not excited about is that they swapped their drop-down menu for a free-form search. For me, this is kind of a bummer. I’m assuming this change is due to all the additional cities they’ve added, but I find it challenging to use.

Same outcome.

I’ll definitely continue to keep an eye on TravelPony over the next few weeks. I think they are getting better and better.

Have you used TravelPony yet? What do you think of them?

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Comments

  1. I took too long to decide on a Travel Pony deal a few weeks ago and I’ve been lying in wait for it to pop up again. Your code will ease my pain if it never gets that low again. Thanks for turning me onto this!

  2. Thanks for the intro to Travel Pony. I just booked a room that’s normally $225 for $96! (factoring in sign-up credit and discount code) Whoo.

  3. Points Pixie says:

    SixB – Of course!

    Melissa – Whoo!

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