Sunday, 16 October 2011

Cleartrip Coupon Code: Get Rs.1500 cashback on your Hotel booking

ABOUT CLEARTRIP.COM



Cleartrip.com is the travel site that gives you what you need without any annoying fluff. Who needs banners, pop-ups and blinking glitz? Search, book, go. That’s what we’re about - Making travel simple.
We made a list of some of the things we want to be:
  • Simple: Simplicity is a religion at Cleartrip. If we’re not the easiest place to search and book your travel, feel free to give us a piece of your mind.
  • Comprehensive: Part of making travel simple is presenting you with all the options for your trip. We’re working closely with suppliers to add more airlines and hotels to our search.
  • Reliable: Making travel simple implies making a travel site that just works and works. We still have the occasional hiccup, but being there for you, reliably, is very important to us.
  • Responsible: We take responsibility for what we give you. You won’t hear us making excuses for airlines or hotels or availability or prices. If we show you a price, we will honour it, come what may.

ABOUT OFFER
  • Hotel Offer
    Book minimum 2 nights stay in any International Hotel or Hotel within India & get
    Rs. 1500 cash back.


How to book & get cash back ?

  1. Book any Hotel for any date of travel.
  2. Simply enter coupon code CTSPICE before payment while booking.
  3. The cashback will be credited to your card/account within 5 working days from date of booking.
  4. Book between 1 October 2011 & 31 December 2011. Dates of Travel are completely open.
  5. You need to book a minimum of 2 Nights stay in a single transaction to avail this offer on Hotels.

Some examples of how this works:

  • Eg 1: If you book 1 room for a 2 night stay, you get Rs.1500 cashback on your booking.
  • Eg 2: If you book 2 rooms for a 2 night stay, you still get Rs.1500 cashback on your booking.
  • Eg 3: If you book 2 rooms for a single night stay, you will NOT get any cashback.

TERMS AND CONDITION
    1. Offer valid on any hotel booked on www.cleartrip.com
    2. To avail of cashback you need to correctly enter coupon code CTSPICE before payment while booking online. If correct coupon code is not entered then you will not receive any cashback. To book on phone, simply call Cleartrip Customer Care on 1860 233 9000 & announce your coupon code.
    3. You can avail the offer only once for Hotels. If you transact more than once you can still book but will not get any cashback on your 2nd Hotel transaction.
    4. The cashback offer is valid per booking. In case you book more than 2 adults/ room night/ room in a single booking, you will still receive cashback on per booking basis only.
    5. In case you cancel the booking (in part or full) the entire cashback availed for the said booking will be deducted from the refund amount.
    6. This offer cannot be clubbed with any other cashback offer on www.cleartrip.com
    7. The product and services offered by Cleartrip Travel Services Private Limited are governed by the terms of use prescribed by Cleartrip on its site www.cleartrip.com and as amended from time to time.

                TO AVAIL
                Book any Hotel
                COUPON CODE

                CTSPICE

                OFFER VALID TILL

                Sat, 31 Dec








                So what we suggest our readers is that book any ticket and avail this wonderful offer. Best part of this offer is that their is no minimum purchase to buy this offer. All you need is to book for 2 nights stay and a correct coupon code.
                Initially , you have to pay full amount but lately within 5-7 working day you will get Rs 1500 back in your account ( which is your payment method) . If you surf intelligently, you can get hotel booked for free. :-)

                This is a real steal. Guys, STEALIFY IT is all I want to say for now .

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