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4* Express deal Waikiki beach area
- Joined: 20 Jan 2009, 18:34
Does anyone know the hotel I would probably get for the 4 star express deal in the Waikiki Beach area?
I was bidding for name your own price. Bid $180. Said if I bid $206 I would get it, however, the Express deal is $197. Why would name your own price be more expensive than express deals?
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- Joined: 16 Jan 2000, 16:19
It is not uncommon for a counteroffer to be higher than the Express Deal. As our Hotel FAQ says, Priceline will accept less than their counteroffer. We will identify the Express if/when you post all of the information requested on the form for that purpose in the Hotels forum in the Frequently Asked Questions section near the top of our homepage but since you are bidding, that makes you not agree to the rules for Express Deal idenitification.
Why did you never post the outcome of your last posted failed bid when I asked for an update?
Please place your Priceline/Hotwire bids/purchases through the link in my signature or by clicking the Priceline/Hotwire banners on the right side of the screen. And please keep Priceline in mind for your conventional travel bookings as well.
P.S. What are those bullet point items?