Expedia

0844 453 0252

Contact Expedia on 0844 453 0252 to complain about Expedia flight bookings. You can also make complaints to Expedia about bookings for hotels, rental cars, or activities on holiday.

Department
Contact Number
Opening Times
Expedia Flight Complaints
0844 453 0252
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
Expedia Hotel Complaints
0844 248 1838
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
Expedia Transport Complaints
0844 248 1839
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
Expedia Activity Complaints
0844 248 1853
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
Expedia Payment Complaints
0844 248 1854
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
Expedia Loyalty Programme Complaints
0844 248 1855
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun: Closed

Expedia Flight Complaints

Customers commonly use Expedia to book cheap flights. They provide one-way, return, or multi-city flights. However, some customers find that there are hidden extra fees. Call 0844 453 0252 to complain about your Expedia flight booking if it was misleading. The booking may not include the luggage allowance you need and expected. You may not receive a flight confirmation, or you can complain about checking in or seat assignments. Call to complain about problems with the flight itinerary or if you are trying to change or cancel your flight.

Expedia Hotel Complaints

If you book a hotel, or a hotel and flight package, you can call Expedia on 0844 248 1838 to complain about problems. For example, you can complain if your flight does not go to the same place as the location of your hotel. Complain if you book an airport transfer service to travel to the hotel and something goes wrong. Complain if Expedia fails to notify you about city taxes applying to your booking. You should complain if the hotel does not match up to the Expedia listing and you do not get what you paid for. Complain about booking mistakes.

Expedia Transport Complaints

Besides flights, Expedia allows travellers to book their transport on the ground. Call 0844 248 1839 if you have a complaint about car rental or a train journey. Complain about the prices and insurance or extra fees. You can complain if additional fees were not made clear in your booking, whether they’re inclusive or requiring payment on arrival. Complain about baggage allowances if the booking did not include this information either. Call to complain about administration fees if you end up having to cancel and rebook due to Expedia errors.

Expedia Activity Complaints

If you truly want a package deal, you can also buy tickets to attractions through Expedia for your stay. Call 0844 248 1853 to make complaints about activity purchases. Discount passes may not be accepted, or your ticket information might be incorrect. The item’s description might have promised access to something which you find isn’t actually allowed, which ruins your holiday. They might not have been clear about restrictions on time, age, or group size. Call to complain if you are unable to download and print your voucher from your account.

Expedia Payment Complaints

A common source of dissatisfaction for Expedia customers is overcharging. You should pay the price as advertised on the booking invoice which you agreed to them charging you for. They do not have the right to withdraw funds from you beyond this amount without your permission. If this occurs, then you should call 0844 248 1854 to complain and request a refund. Even if they say there are now extra fees, they should waive them as it is down to their own error. Complain about duplicate payments or if Expedia is rejecting a payment.

Expedia Loyalty Programme Complaints

Expedia customers can join the Rewards programme to collect points on bookings. They can then redeem the points against future bookings. Call 0844 248 1855 to complain if you did not receive your points and it has been more than 35 days since your trip. Complain if the amount of points is incorrect, or you have trouble with redeeming them. You will need to supply your itinerary number to recover missing points. Complain if there is a problem with Nectar points or vouchers (Nectar is a third-party loyalty scheme that Expedia accepts).