Check Your E-Mail – $50 Off $200 Expedia Hotels and 30% Off Oakley

Written by Charlie

It was a nice day for my e-mail surprises – a couple of discounts available, but they only come with single-use codes. So, I thought I would write a quick post to tell you what to look for (if you get these e-mails) in case they went to spam or you just junked them. They are both pretty convenient for me right now and hopefully will help you as well.

$50 Off $200 Hotel At Expedia


A nice $50 off $200 hotel stay!

The subject of the e-mail reads “Lucky you! Here’s a $50 coupon!

The details of the offer is that you must book a hotel on Expedia before March 27 but it is good for stays through June 30. The $50 is off a reservation of $200 or more, so a pretty good discount if you were looking for hotels. The code is a single-use code that you must enter in the promo box during the reservation. Finally, you must use a MasterCard to make the payment.

30% Off At Oakley


The subject of the e-mail reads “Take 30% Off Everything: Friends & Family Event

With summer just around the corner (or at least warmer weather), it is time to checkOakley out Oakley for your sunglass/apparel/backpack/etc needs! I am a big Oakley sunglass fan and normally find some pretty great deals on them. This 30% off coupon is a single-use coupon as well but can be used on a wide variety of items. The fine print says it does not work on items at (the Oakley online outlet), but I had already used it before I saw that and it worked just fine!

The details of the offer are that it can be used online or in-store. It ends April 5th and you can buy up to 5 items in eyewear, 5 items in goggles, 2 items in watches, and 5 items in replacement lenses.

There are some pretty great deals to be had in the outlet when the 30% off coupon is applied, so check your e-mail!


It is nice to see coupons like these in my e-mail. The important part is that if you don’t subscribe to these places, you will not get a coupon! If you are not currently subscribed and you want some of these deals, sign-up for the newsletters!

If you are already signed-up, search your e-mail inbox using the words from the subject of the e-mails to find your codes.

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.