Expedia has announced that it is discontinuing its coupon-making service, which allowed users to earn discounts on flights and hotels on the site.
Users were able to create coupons on Expedia’s website for hotels, flights, and more, but Expedia says that it will stop offering this service on June 1.
The company says that while it will still offer a coupon-maker for some time, it’s no longer able to offer any discounts on certain purchases.
The company will continue to offer a number of coupons, including one for $50 off the first $1,000 of a $1 million purchase, and another for $25 off the next $100,000.
Those coupons are still available for the foreseeable future.
Expedia has been experimenting with coupons in recent years, and the company is reportedly testing a variety of new ways to reward users for loyalty and loyalty-credential-boosting.
In February, Expedia launched a loyalty program called “Fly Club,” which offered discounts on all kinds of Expedia-branded merchandise, including the popular travel insurance policies, to users.
In addition, Expostream launched a promotion for $10 off flights, which was the first of its kind.
But the company’s new policy will leave some users out in the cold.
A spokesperson for Expedia told Vice News that its “pricing for the upcoming months will be much lower.”
Expedia said that it plans to offer some discounts on new purchases, but will not offer discounts for new purchases for existing members, like the loyalty program that we previously mentioned.
The decision to discontinue the coupon-makers was inevitable, according to the spokesperson.
The change comes just days after the company announced that Expedia would be eliminating all of its online loyalty program memberships, a move that some said could lead to an exodus of members.
Expedia announced the decision in March, and many Expedia members have expressed concerns about the future of the program.