Booking Customers Will Be Able To Refund Some Of The Money For Canceled Reservations Due To The Pandemic
Housing reservation service Booking.com I intend to compensate some of the funds for future trips to my clients whose bookings were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the company's official message.
"Booking.com launches an initiative encouraging travelers to re-book a property that has been canceled due to travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Guests will be able to stay in their chosen accommodation when travel is safe again."
Users from countries where travel restrictions have been relaxed and who previously had to cancel non-refundable or partially non-refundable reservations due to unforeseen circumstances will be able to use this scheme. They will receive a one-time promo code via email. However, you can not re-book your accommodation until you receive a promo code, and you must also subscribe to the service's advertising newsletter.
The promo code gives you the right to re-book your canceled stay and get a refund of 15% of the booking price in the form of bonuses. They can be spent on future trips. However, the refund amount cannot exceed €100. Re-booking must be made by December 31, 2020, and departure from the property must take place no later than April 30, 2021.