Accor Super Sale now on – up to 40% off hotels and free breakfast!

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Accor has launched its latest Accor Super Sale, featuring discounts at 2,700 Novotel, Sofitel, Ibis, Mercure, M Gallery etc hotels worldwide

Currently the sale rates are only available to Le Club AccorHotels members.

From next week non members can also take advantage of cheaper room rates and free breakfast. However I’d recommend non members to just sign up for Le Club anyway …. you can read more about Le Club AccorHotels here.

Accor Super Sale

Until 1st June you can save up to 30% on most Accor brands and will get free breakfast.

LeClub AccorHotels members can get up to 10% additionally off the sale rate.

The offer is valid for stays between 6th July 2018 and 2nd September 2018.  The ultra low-budget (below ibis Budget in the Accor quality order) Formule 1 properties are excluded.

The Super Sale booking page is here.

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Comments

  1. Just had every tesco transaction via curve since June 1 hit with a fee..

  2. Ditto Dave, “Just had every tesco transaction via curve since June 1 hit with a fee..” marked as Cash Advance Fee on my a/c even for restaurants etc..from recent holiday.

    Spoke to Tesco and they cant / wont do anything.

    Ended up using Go Back In Time feature on Curve to allocated to a different card.

  3. Mark

    I am not sure that this will remove the charges. Appears that Tesco are treating Curve as a pre-paid card.

  4. Claire says:

    I did a test Curve purchase on my Tesco on 4th and got hit with a cash transaction fee. I was wondering if I go back in time and move to another card if it will remove the fee?

  5. Simon says:

    Ditto with the Tesco fees. I actually called up Tesco CS beforehand to clarify my CRV transactions and the CSR could only see them as online purchases. The fees are one thing but there is also no interest free period for these transactions, so I think it’s best to Go back in time even if it doesn’t reverse the fees.

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