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  1. First bid accepted, plus mandatory $25 per day resort charge
  2. First bid of $50 per night accepted - Internet rate was $107 per night. Radisson Milwaukee North Shore 7065 North Port Washington Road Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 Your Offer Price: $50.00 Number of Rooms: 1 Number of Nights: 2 Subtotal: $100.00 Taxes and Service Fees: $22.68 Total Charges*: $122.68
  3. Note: Priceline no longer offers a 4* option in Greenwich/Stamford...
  4. Started bid (using BetterBidding PRICELINE link) at $40 added free rebid zone at $45 added second free rebid zone at $50 Your Offer Price Per Room, Per Night: $50.00 Subtotal: $50.00 Taxes & Service Fees: $13.77 Total Charges*: $63.77
  5. I, too, contacted PRICELINE last weekend after winning Paradise Point as a 4* and becoming concerned about all the negative reviews and lower ratings by AAA, Mobil, and Expedia. I told Priceline I either wanted re-assignment to another 4* or my money back so I could start another, lower bid for a 3*. Several e-mails and phone conversations later, the day I was flying to San Diego, Priceline e-mailed and told me I could get a complete refund. Since I was arriving so late, I decided to check in anyway and hope for the best. When I informed Paradise Point's night manager of my concerns, he told me Priceline had already contacted the hotel on my behalf - and that he was confident I'd be happy with my room (a one-category upgrade from the standard lanai patio assigned to Priceline bookings). Bottom line: Aside from a musty smell and older bathtub (mentioned by many reviewers) it was just fine - particularly for $97 a night. And I'm impressed with PRICELINE's responsiveness. Goes to show that being proactive can pay off!
  6. I wanted a 4* in Downtown San Diego - started bidding yesterday at $95 and went up to $145 by adding free redbid zones...no luck. Came back today (using BetterBidding's PRICELINE link) and tried $90 San Diego Coastal - Priceline counteroffered with $22 and I bid $97 - was accepted for Paradise Point. Is it really as bad as it looks on TripAdvisor?
  7. :) I wish I'd read this before I bid today. Tried yesterday for a 4* downtown San Diego for 4/28-5/2, starting at $95 and going up to $145 with free redbids...no luck. (There's a major convention in town, I found out later.) Tried 24 hours later on a new bid, $90 for a 4* Coastal. Priceline came back with a counteroffer of $22....I bid $97 and got Paradise Point. I guess I should have gone for a 3* Downtown...
  8. After seeing other successful bids for 4* MTE for under $150 during early February, I started at $120 (using savingsbarn.com link), adding additional zones in two bids on two successive days. Finally hit yesterday for $170 - Grand Hyatt's rate for those nights was $399, $399 and $229.
  9. Two rooms for a pre-cruise stay Your Offer Price Per Room, Per Night: $90.00 Subtotal: $180.00 Taxes & Service Fees: $30.48 Total Charges*: $210.48
  10. Was looking for a pre-cruise hotel near the port. First bid accepted. Your Offer Price: $60.00 Extend Your Stay Number of Rooms: 2 Number of Nights: 1 Subtotal: $120.00 Taxes & Service Fees: $24.60 Total Charges*: $144.60
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