There was an express deal for the Wyndham for $90.
Started Disneyland 3.5* $60 - denied
Added Disneyland Conv $65 - denied
Added Anaheim Hills $70 - denied
Started over with both Disneyland areas + Cypress $75 - Got the "close bid" offer, which interestingly had the Wyndham offered for $93.
Added Anaheim Hills $80 - denied
Started over with both Disneyland areas + Huntington North $85 - Got the "close bid" offer again.
Started over with both Disneyland areas + Laguna Beach $86 - Got the "close bid" offer again.
Added Anaheim Hills $88 - denied
Added Cypress $89 - Won the Wyndham
It feels like Priceline is really making me work for it these days!
Used the PL link.
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- Registered User
- Joined: 09 Oct 2003, 08:03
I won this hotel for $89. My credit card had a hold for $422.32. When it was charged, it went through for $409.88. I checked and found that my offer price was reduced to $85.89. I think this may be the hospitality fees. Hotel fee $82.44 - $12.44 credit = $70, which would be $17.50/night for hospitality fees (parking, internet). Priceline used to show the full amount with hotel fees when a bid was won, but not charge for those fees, as they're paid at the hotel. I still think the fees are not charged; however, this is a strange way they are doing this, and weird to get a credit. Happy to get lower though!
|Adjusted room price (bid) with Hotel Fee Credit:||$85.89/night|
|Number of rooms:||1 room|
|Number of nights:||4 nights|
|Taxes & fees:||$66.32|
|Hotel fee credit:||- $12.44|
|Total charged today:||$409.88|
- Registered User
- Joined: 25 Apr 2007, 01:11
The hotel fee shown ($82.44) is still charged by the hotel when you check out. You received a credit because this amount was higher than the estimated hotel fee that was shown on the review page of your bid (Priceline guarantees that you won't be charged more than the total shown on that page).