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  1. I attempted to book a hotel in the Fort Lee region for my parents who are going to a Yankees/Jays game. They're also going to do a Circle Line Boat Tour while they're in NYC, so they were open to the Secaucus-North Bergen area, as well. I saw that someone got the Doubletree Fort Lee/GWB (3.5*) for $80 last month and I was hoping for similar success. Unfortunately, this was not the case. I got up to $135 in each area for 3.5* and 3* and was unsuccessful (re-bids with additional zones). I then moved a little further out to the Hackensack and Meadowlands areas, starting at 3.5* and $110. I was rejected in each area up to $120. I jumped up to $130 in Hackensack and was accepted. I used the board's Priceline link.
  2. Sorry, I think I messed up the City Zone in the topic title. It's the Maryland - DC Suburbs region.
  3. I originally attempted to book at hotel in East Alexandria/Old Alexandria, VA, (and then also Mount Vernon, VA, and National Harbour, MD), but was unsuccessful. I got up to 3* $140 and then 2.5* $115, but that was as far as I was willing to go. I then turned to Camp Springs, MD. Yesterday, I bid $70 for 2.5* and was rejected. There were no re-bid options (that I noticed, anyway). Today, I bid $85 and was accepted. Normally, I increase in $5 increments, and a lower bid may have been accepted, but the date is quickly approaching and I wanted to ensure I secured a hotel. $105.63 total. I used the board's Priceline link.
  4. I originally bid $65 for 4* Inner Harbour and was rejected. Over two days, I re-bid in $5 increments, adding zones, and moving down to 3.5* and 3* and was rejected. On the third day, I started with a $90 4* bid and was accepted. It was nice surprise, considering my bid for 3* at $85 was rejected the day before. $112.58 total. I used the board's Priceline link
  5. I bid 3.5* for $60 and was rejected. I rebid at 3* for $60 and was accepted. $74.90 total. I used the board's Priceline link.
  6. I started with 3* in Pittsburgh North Shore for $60. I made 5 rebids by adding zones. I got up to $90 with no success I then tried Pittsburgh Downtown 4*. I started at $70 and was rejected. I added another zone and upped my bid to $75 and was countered with $91. I turned it down. I added another zone and upped my bid to $80 and was accepted. I was hoping for a hotel in the PNC stadium area, but I wanted to stay under $100 and wasn't willing to go below 3*. It looks like the Westin is only about a 15-20 minute walk to the stadium, so it has worked out nicely. $99.94 in total. I used the board's Priceline link.
  7. I bid $60 and was rejected. I added another zone and upped the bid to $65 and was accepted. $80.84 total. I used the site's Priceline link.
  8. Yes, I just searched Hotwire for Niagara Falls (ON), Nov 30, 2 rooms/5 adults and again was offered 3*, $89, Indoor pool(s), Smoke Free Rooms, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business Centre, Free Internet, 95% recommendation
  9. Sorry, I didn't think to add those specifics. It's 2 rooms/5 adults. I just tried it again, using the HOTWIRE link, and it's still there. Thanks.
  10. Okay, I used your links. I'm trying to book two rooms for Nov. 30 in Niagara Falls. 3* Amenities include: Indoor pool(s), Smoke Free Rooms, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business Centre, Free Internet Recommended in 95 % of Hotwire customer reviews. $89 Thanks.
  11. We weren't able to go, and instead, are looking to book a hotel for an alternate date, Nov 30. Could you please help in IDing the following hotel, 3* Amenities include: Indoor pool(s), Smoke Free Rooms, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business Centre, Free Internet Recommended in 95 % of Hotwire customer reviews. THANK YOU.
  12. Hello! I need help IDing a 3.5* hotel in Niagara Falls. $90 USD for Sept. 13. Amenities include, smoke free rooms, free internet, high speed internet access, restaurant(s), golf nearby, tennis nearby, and wheelchair accessible. Thank you.
  13. I started my bid at $80, re-bid $85, and then won with $90. With taxes, $106.80/night and $427.20 for four nights.
  14. Just to let you know, I know a lot of people who are attempting to get those dates in a variety of zones in and around MSG who have been unsuccessful. I don't know if it's a particular busy time of the year or what, but no one seems to be getting the zones around MSG. A few of them resorted to the Downtown-Soho-Financial zone once they reached their max bid ($150), ending up with hotels in the Financial District. Also, if you want MSG, wouldn't Empire State Building, Midtown West, and Times Square zones be convenient for you, as well? Anyway, just a heads up. I hope you find something! Good luck!