Three weeks ago, Head for Points ran an exciting competition in association with hotel booking app HotelTonight to promote their current ‘£30 off your first UK booking’ promotion.
The prize was £500 of credit deposited into the HotelTonight account of the winner. This is valid for 12 months and can be used at any of their properties in over 500 cities.
And the winner is …
Richard Price. Well done Richard!
I will be emailing you today with a special code that will add £500 of credit to your HotelTonight account.
Thank you to everyone who entered. All entrants received £30 of credit towards their first UK hotel booking of £70 + tax via HotelTonight. If you have a £30 credit sitting on your account, remember that it is valid until the end of the year.
I apologise for the slight delay in announcing the winner, which was due to the key man at HotelTonight being away.
New readers can still claim £30 of HotelTonight credit
Whilst the competition is now over, you can still sign up to HotelTonight via our special Head for Points code and receive £30 off your first UK booking of £70 + taxes.
HotelTonight is an app which allows you to book a carefully curated selection of hotels, at all price points, up to seven days in advance. By restricting itself to seven days advance booking, it can persuade hotels to offer discounted prices because they will know by that point that they will not be full.
The company operates across the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and Latin America with over 500 cities currently covered.
HotelTonight is only available as an app. There is no website through which you can book. Restricting access to deals to registered users is another way that the company can persuade hotels to offer deals through the platform.
To receive your £30 credit, valid for UK hotels, you need to enter the code HEADFORPOINTS on the sign-up page.
(On Windows Phone, there is no ability to enter a promo code. You need to contact customer support and ask them to add £30 credit in relation to the HEADFORPOINTS promo code. Apologies for the extra effort required.)
IMPORTANT: the £30 will show as a coupon on your account under the “Redeem promo code” section. It does NOT show as a £30 credit and your ‘Credit’ total will still show £0.