This Hotel Chain Is Now Offering an Unlimited-Stay Pass

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If you plan to travel this summer, Graduate Hotels has a deal for you.

The small hotel chain that sets up shop in college towns is offering what it describes as a Graduate Hall Pass for $400. Purchase the pass, and you can stay as often as you like at any Graduate Hotel location between July 15 and Aug. 15.

The pass does come with one big restriction: Stays are limited to five consecutive nights — and 10 nights overall — at each Graduate Hotels location. Still, as Conde Nast Traveler notes:

“Considering that the typical rate for a Graduate room falls around $150, with this deal you’ll break even after just three nights, with 28 left to spare. Even if you can’t spend a full month on the road, this deal would still shave hundreds of dollars off the cost of a week-long break.”

You’ll find the Graduate chain, which launched in 2014, in college towns and cities across the U.S. They include:

  • Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Annapolis, Maryland
  • Athens, Georgia
  • Berkeley, California
  • Bloomington, Indiana
  • Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Eugene, Oregon
  • Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • Iowa City, Iowa
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Madison, Wisconsin
  • Minneapolis
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • New Haven, Connecticut
  • Oxford, Mississippi
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • Richmond, Virginia
  • Seattle
  • Tempe, Arizona

Graduate Hall Passes go on sale at noon CT on Monday, June 17.

Other terms of the pass offer to note include:

  • Only the person who purchases the pass can make reservations and check in to a hotel.
  • Reservations are subject to availability and must be made three days in advance.
  • Pass stays cannot be combined with other offers.

If you are planning a summer vacation, be sure to check in with MTN partner ShermansTravel for hand-picked travel deals.

For more ways to save, check out “15 Tools to Help You Save on Every Kind of Travel.”

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