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  1. Thanks, but now I have another problem. I tried to enter a bid but their was no way to complete my address as their drop down menu does not list any Canadian provinces. I have emailed their help center but if anyone knows the answer so I can start my bidding today that would be great.
  2. Thanks Romelle I also got some direction from Priceline by email. Following their directions : Go to "Search Flights" then under the "help" menu at the top right of the page, click on FAQ. Halfway down that page it has a box "search by topic". When I entered "layover" it took me to "connections, stops, and layovers", where I got this : If you choose to Name Your Own Price® , or choose any reservation where the full itinerary is not disclosed prior to purchase, we will always search first for non-stop flights; however, you must agree to make at least one connection each way. By agreeing to mak
  3. YVR to FCO Is that how I should input a request for "Name Your Own Price" on Priceline for Vancouver to Rome? Or should I just put Vancouver and Rome, or Rome, Italy? This would be my first time using Priceline and I don't want to end up with the wrong ticket. Thanks for the help.
  4. I just used Cruise Compete to book a cruise from Rome through the Greek Islands this October. I got a better price than on the ship's website, even though I have cruised with them before and supposedly qualify for lower rates. What can be good with using Cruise Compete is that because many agents at once are providing quotes you can end up with some extras in the way of On Board Credits. This time I also got Excursion Credits. I usually find the cruise I want first from Vacations To Go, then send in the bid request to CC. Now I just have to find a good airfare to Rome!!!
  5. Vancouver to Rome late October to early November This is my first post to this forum and I would like to try to bid on this flight. However I am concerned about the maximum layover that might occur. Is there any way to find out what that might be before I put in a bid? I don't mind having flights at any time of day or night but hate to think I might be stuck at an airport waiting for a connecting flight for many hours. Can any one help me?
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