Hotel website offers guests marijuana munchie money for bookings through 4/20


Hotel booking website Hotels.Com is offering its guests 4/20 munchie money to help their guests fulfill their pot-induced cravings.

“Some associate April with rain showers, others with dreaded tax season. With 15 states and counting allowing Mary Jane to legally blow within their borders, many are also now associating it with one infamous holiday: 4/20,” the company said. “However you celebrate this holiday, the festivities will likely lead to an extreme case of the munchies. That’s why this year is picking up your room service tab. “

With more and more travelers looking for fun ways to celebrate, wants to make this 4/20 extra special. That’s why this month is helping travelers who have booked a stay on April 20, 2021 to vibe out in style. Yes, you read that right — you can go crazy on an all-out, munchies-fueled hotel room service order and we’ll foot the entire bill.

To score this special room service munchie mania, travelers can share their hotel reservation confirmation to between today and 4:20 a.m. ET on April 20, 2021. Twenty lucky travelers with major munchie cravings who submit their reservation confirmations will receive $200 toward room service** (to indulge in fries, chocolate cake, cheese pizza … the works), a reward night in their account, VIP gold status for a full year and late checkout to help them sleep off that food coma.

“To be blunt, we know the cravings will come no matter where you booked, that’s why is accepting booking confirmations from any property or online travel service,” the company said.

“The perks included as part of this Munchie Money deal are truly the culmination of all the best aspects of being a rewards member,” said Jennifer Dohm, Head of PR and Communications, North America. “From late checkout to a bonus night stay, only allows you to get rewarded just for reserving a stay. Getting your massive room service spread covered doesn’t hurt either!”

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