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Melia 20% off codes available?

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  • AirMax

    Pre Covid, I was always able to get 20% off Melia because the Amex/birthday codes seemed to work multiple times. Not to mention the excellent BF Amazon points promo which I would have never known about but for this site.

    So, any publicly available codes other than 5% in the app?

    trader363

    I can send you mine – not sure if it’s transferrable?

    tom1

    As well as the birthday offer, I also get 3x 20% vouchers in the Promotions section of my account. Is that because I got status using Amex plat?

    AirMax

    I can send you mine – not sure if it’s transferrable?

    That’s very kind thank you! I suspect they’re
    not transferable though?

    robrob

    I am looking for a bit of help/info on the use of the 20% codes if possible.

    I have Melia Gold via Amex Plat. Although I use the other hotel benefits quite regularly, I’ve never actually booked a Melia before. I logged in to my account yesterday as I now have the opportunity to book a Melia hotel and spotted the birthday gifts and the 20% code that can be used three times.

    I booked a room and the code worked perfectly. A friend now wants to join us on the trip. Am I able to book another room for them using that 20% code? At this stage, no guest names have been requested – it’s pay at the hotel so I guess to them, I have simply booked two rooms. Will there be any issue that the other room is for a friend / non family member? I’m possibly over thinking it all but just wondering if there are any issues here.

    Thanks.

    AirMax

    It should be OK. A nosey receptionist might ask you how you got such a good rate, but I think they are unlikely to know much about what the codes are or who is eligible.

    From my experience, they will also see some reference to Amex Plat in the booking notes and that can confuse them as they don’t know what to do with that information, the answer is nothing, you are free to pay with any method.

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