It's a very little known fact, but you can bid for air fare unlimited numbers of times by entering a different origin and/or destination city. The 'trick' is to start each bid over from scratch. Example: Bid 1 SFO to OGG - bid of $140 rejected. Go back to the Priceline home page and start over with a new bid. Bid 2 Burlingame to OGG - select SFO as your departure airport. Bid of $170 rejected. Bid 3 San Mateo to OGG - select SFO as your departure airport. Bid of $190 rejected. Bid 4 Livermore to OGG - select SFO as your departure airport. Bid of $250 accepted. Priceline considers bids 2, 3 and 4 as NEW bids because you're entering a different origin city every time, even though you're selecting SFO as your departure airport on each occasion. In other words, your origin city does NOT have to a city with an airport, but any city/town in the area surrounding the airport you're flying from. This feature eliminates the need to select red-eye, 2-stops, non-jet, etc if you'd really prefer not to add those components to your bid. Having unlimited bidding opportunties allows you to increase your bid by $1 at a time until you finally "hit" Priceline's rate. Do you recall your last bid price before you successfully bid $250? For example, if you bid $225 and were rejected, and your next bid of $250 was accepted, you could actually have made 24 more bids by using the above example, increasing at $1 per bid, possibly "hitting" at some price point between $226 and $250. Congratulations on a great price compared to the going retail rate as Thereuare mentioned.