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Priceline Hotel: 4.5* New York City (Midtown East) The Benjamin

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: BBMAY20

(Express Deals or PrePaid Hotels / 3+ stars / 2+ nites... expires 05/31/2020)
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express deals have one for the zone at $138/night, with a priceline rating of 8, i was pretty sure it was the benjamin. won at first try, might have gotten it at around 105.

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

Enjoy your stay.

EXCLUSIVELY at BetterBidding:
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(Express Deals or PrePaid Hotels / 3+ stars / 2+ nites... expires 05/31/2020)

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in my opinion, rooms are pretty standard for a 4 star property, quite spacious though. rooms do have a small kitchenette area. with microwave, mini fridge. last time i was in a king bed room, it was literally like a studio apt..

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simple, but requires a little maths. when you search hotels for specific dates and in this case, under express deals it had one 4.5 star hotel with a 8 rating for 138/night. next to it, it also tells you the approximate percentage you would have saved. do a simple calculation to get the approximate retail price. ok, now go back to the retail page--list view, narrow down your search to midtown east-- 4.5 star, in this zone, there are about five 4.5 star hotels, out of which, only Waldorf Astoria New York, hyatt 48 lex and the benjamin are in the 8 rating range, now look at their individual listing prices, compare your earlier calculation result to the listing prices of each of the three hotels above. you should be able to pinpoint the hotel by now most of the time---the one with a price a few dollars higher than your calculation results. it's easy with 4.5 star hotels coz there are only handful of them. 4 star hotels require more work as there are way too many of them and overlap of zones.

Disclaimer: lol.. whatever mentioned above is solely based on my own observation and bidding experience, by no means, it's a guaranteed system, it's just worked for me so far.

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