Deal Alert Fairmont Hotels 15% Bonus On Gift Cards!

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Fairmont Hotels is offering a great deal where you can purchase electronic gift cards and receive a 15% bonus for free! Via Fairmont’s Facebook page, the deal will be available from 1pm-3pm May 12th, 2017. Consider using a card that maximizes on everyday spending like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express

  • Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Willow Stream gift cards do not expire.

Deal Alert Fairmont Hotels 15% Bonus On Gift Cards

A couple times a year, you can score a similar deal on Fairmont gift cards as an example, Fairmont Hotels 20% Bonus e-Gift Cards from Black Friday.

The Deal

  • Buy your Fairmont Hotels e-gift card here with 15% bonus starting at 1pm EDT

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Bottom Line

If you like Fairmont Hotels or have a stay coming up, this is definitely worth taking a look at. You can score a free 15% bonus on e-gift cards from 1pm-3pm May 12th, 2017. I’ll post a reminder. Enjoy!

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