One of the many (many) cool savings opportunities featured on TicketsatWork.com is our exclusive discount special on hotel rooms in cities coast to coast – and around the globe.
Right now, TicketsatWork.com is offering Exclusive Discounts with saving up to 60% off for more than 85,000 hotels in the US and beyond.
It’s also quick and easy to see what is available on our website as you start to plan your next getaway. Four, speedy steps, and you’re ready to find the best hotel special for you and your family.
- Enter your desired location
- Choose the dates on the calendar that you will need a room
- Pick how many adults/kids
- Select how many rooms you need
And presto! Let the savings begin.
What’s great is that TicketsatWork.com features special negotiated rates and substantial savings from 10 to 60% off regular rates. And the discounts cover every type of hotel out there, from the quaint, boutique inn by the beach, all the way to the luxurious hotel in the heart of the big city.
Each hotel listing on the website spotlights the big savings on various room specials, plus comprehensive hotel info: photos, amenities, hotel overview, and more.
So whether it’s Las Vegas, Orlando, New York, Miami Beach, San Francisco, Chicago, or just about anywhere and everywhere in between – TicketsatWork.com has the deals to make your next trip extra special with super savings.
As an example of the big savings and bigger list of options, a quick search of Miami Beach hotels for a quick getaway offered 358 hotels for our searching pleasure.
I chose the upscale art deco Delano hotel in the heart of South Beach. One click, and I was able to select between two separate great rates for my pretend visit to the groovy Delano. (Although now, after looking over the hotel details, perhaps I might just go ahead and book that brief excursion to Miami Beach.)
Other features provided when booking a hotel with TicketsatWork.com include advance booking savings, last-minute deals, and last room availability (book your room in advance for maximum savings and availability.
By: Jeff Hyatt