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Priceline Hotel: 4* Montreal Omni Mont Royal

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This bid was for 4 rooms for 3 nights over New Year's Eve (Dec 30/05 - Jan 2/06)

Initally, I started bidding for 3 star hotels, and the last bid that I got rejected for was $76. Since 3 star in montreal does not have any re-bid zones, and I was locked out for the next 3 days anyway, I decided to play around with 4 star just to see if I could get something for a similar bid.

I started bidding at $80 and went up to $86, which was accepted. I figured I would end up paying around $80 per night for 3 star anyway, so I'm happy with my 4 star match.

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Nicely done!

What was the amount of your highest previously rejected bid?

Enjoy your stay and thaks for the post.

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I got rejected at $84 and then matched at $86.

The bid was for 4 rooms, but it would have been more ideal if I would have been able to place a bid for 5 rooms at one time. Is that possible on priceline, or is 4 rooms the maximum amount that you can bid for at once? (I've always assumed 4 was the max...am I missing something...)

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Four is the max.

Thank you for the follow-up.

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