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3.5* Boulder Boulder Marriott

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Hey guys, I'm booking a hotel in Boulder as part of a multi day road trip. I am going to be staying there 7/3-7/11. I looked at the maps and I wish to stay in the Boulder zone and to be in a 3.5 star hotel. According to the list there is only one, the Boulder Marriott. I am prepared to spend up to $120 a night. I think what I'm looking for is a bidding strategy but any other help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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When bidding 3.5* in the Boulder region you have TWO re-bid zones. If you're not familiar with re-bidding please read Priceline Re-Bidding Explained and feel free to ask questions and/or confirm your re-bid zones with the board before proceeding.

(NOTE: 're-bid zone1' is not the same as priceline's Zone1, 're-bid zone2' is not the same as priceline's Zone2, etc, etc)

Select 3.5* Boulder...

Bid $80, if rejected add re-bid zone1...

Bid $90, if rejected close browser and use this link to re-access PRICELINE...

Select 3.5* Boulder and re-bid zone2...

Bid $95, if rejected add re-bid zone1...

Bid $100

If the above is rejected wait 24 hours and re-try, once again using a PRICELINE link from the board (and not a link from any emails that PRICELINE sends you letting yo know you're eligible to bid again):

Select 3.5* Boulder...

Bid $105, if rejected add re-bid zone1...

Bid $110, if rejected close browser and use this link to re-access PRICELINE...

Select 3.5* Boulder and re-bid zone2...

Bid $115, if rejected add re-bid zone1...

Bid $120

Any questions feel free to ask.

Please use the PRICELINE and HOTWIRE links on the board to begin your travel purchases.

Good luck and let us know how it goes.

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I just got the Marriott Boulder for $95. I used your PRICELINE link. I first bid $80 and they counter $104. I rejected it and bid $90 and $95 and then I got it. Calling now to request two beds.

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Congratulations on your success!

An excellent deal and some very nice savings for this stay... glad to see you're pleased with the results.

Thank you for sharing your win and using the PRICELINE links on the board to begin your bidding.

Have a great trip!

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