Planning to Use Priceline Name Your Own Price For the First Time but Wary

By mark4myself,

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I'm planning a trip to the Philippines from October 15th thru the 23rd. I had booked tickets last week but unfortunately cancelled them instead of contacting Priceline when I saw the fares drop from $1224 to $897 on my flight. Kicking myself for my rash cancellation rather than taking the time to contact them or review the best price guarantee first I've been watching non-stop all week to see if tickets will again drop below $1000. So far they have not and I'm now considering making a Name Your Own Price bid. Having never done it before I am a bit wary however in regards to layover time. I see on Domestic Flights they promise a cap at 3 hours but simply say layover times will vary on International Flights.

I'm hoping someone out there has some experience regarding International Flights and the Name Your Own Price option. I have some flexibility in my booking but would really rather not get placed on a flight where I have an overnight layover. Does Priceline cap the layover time on the International flights as well or do I run the risk of being in an airport for 20 hours?

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