Travelodge allows you to earn commissions for referring customers to Travelodge.com. It's easy! All you need to do is place a link to Travelodge.com on your web site. Then, when your customers click from the link and book and stay at any Travelodge Hotel worldwide, you earn a commission (percentage of total sale).
How Does the Program Work?
Our program is free to join and easy to use! We provide you with all of the tools necessary to get started. You simply place a strategic link (banner, button or text link) on your site and earn a commission every time you refer a customer to us that makes a qualifying, consumed reservation* at a Travelodge hotel. We handle the entire reservation experience from start to finish and also provide you with management, tracking and reporting tools to monitor your performance in our program.
Why Should I Join?
Affiliating with Travelodge allows you to offer online reservations at any of our hotels on your web site, while earning commissions.
How Do I Get Paid?
In every month that you have earned more than $25 USD total commissions, you will receive a check for a percentage of the revenue you referred to our site. For any month that you've not earned at least $25 total commission, your balance will carry over to the next month.
Does It Cost Anything to Become an Affiliate?
There is no cost to join and there is no minimum sales requirement.
Become a Travelodge Affiliate
It's easy to participate in and profit from the Travelodge Affiliate Program. Simply complete our online affiliate application and agree to the terms and conditions.
Already a Commission Junction Publisher?
If you're already a Commission Junction publisher, it's even easier to get started. Just log in here to become a Travelodge Affiliate.
*A consumed reservation is considered qualified upon checkout by the guest for the hotel stay booked through the Travelodge affiliate program. If credit card charges are reversed due to a reservation cancellation, a dispute or credit card fraud, your account will be debited for any commission earned on that transaction.