£10.00 Off Travelodge Stays

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Hotel cashback specialists EarnAway are offering £10.00 off Travelodge bookings until the end of August.


Terms and conditions

  • Only one booking per person – subsequent bookings will track but be declined later
  • If the user cancels their hotel booking, their cashback will also be cancelled
  • Please allow up to 24 hours for your booking to track
  • Your cashback will not be confirmed until 8-12 weeks after your stay has taken place
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other EarnAway bonus promotion (e.g. Quidco) – if you’re subject to bonus cashback based on your sign up source, it will track but later be rejected
  • EarnAway reserve the right to suspend or extend the offer at any time
  • This offer is run and operated by EarnAway and not Travelodge so please email [email protected] if you’ve got any questions – we’re here to help and will reply within 24 hours

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I can’t remember ever actually staying at a Travelodge, but oddly enough I just spoke to a family member who happened to be staying at one (Salford Quays) over the weekend, and they were pleasantly surprised. Simple, comfortable rooms with friendly staff and very good value seemed to be their general impression.

Travelodges can be seriously cheap (I’ve seen rates as low as £25.00), so £10.00 off could be a very chunky discount in percentage terms!


  1. Andrew H says

    How have you managed to never stay in a Travelodge? 🙂 They’re everywhere in the UK and sometimes they’re the only option. I’m guessing you aren’t UK based (Malta?)

    I used to stay at them all the time., especially at Heathrow Central and T5 because they only cost £15-£20 a night!

    Not received my £20 Earnaway cashback from a June stay yet, hopefully next month!

    • Tom Sumner says

      Joe is away at the moment so can’t respond, but he’s based in Yorkshire so has no excuse.

      That said I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in a Travelodge – I am a Premier Inn lover though (did I really just admit to that?) who satisfy all my budget travel desires. Indeed I once even wrote about it…

    • Joe Deeney says

      Yep Yorkshire based and currently enjoying a few days away (I’ve got internet, but Berlin’s nightlife is devastatingly effective in preventing me from doing anything more productive than getting more beer!).

      We do seem to be quite Malta-heavy on here don’t we? I lived there for a few months years ago and loved it.

      Re Travelodge, I fully agree it’s a shameful oversight on my part! I think it’s the lack of a loyalty scheme that has put me off – if I need a cheap stay I’m usually completing my IHG targets etc.

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