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gallafam

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  1. Started bidding a few days ago at $60. Got a response that if I bid $79, I'd win. Bid up to $63 and waited another day or so. Started again at $62, got a similar response. Finally upped each bid by $1 using the multiple free rebids in ATL for 4* hotel until bid of $65 was accepted. Total was $252.63.
  2. Started bidding at $59 (posted advance purcase rate is ~$89 for this weekend). That bid was rejected, used one of the many rebid zones to go up to $60 which was accepted. Nice hotel. Total for two nights with tax was $156.94. Used the PRICELINE link from this site.
  3. Started bidding at $62 per night. The Marriott NW which is the normal win had a pre-purchase rate of $85. The $62 bid was rejected, so used one of the multiple free re-bids in ATL for a $63 bid which was accepted. Stayed at this hotel many times - good hotel. Total for two nights with tax was $163.88. Used the PRICELINE link from this site.
  4. Started out at around $74 and upped the bid by $2 each time using the multiple free re-bids in Cincinnati for 4 star hotels. Got an "increase your bid by $25 to win" when bidding at around $76. CLosed out the bidding and waited 24hrs. Started bidding again the day before arrival and started bidding at $84, increasing bid by $2 each time - finally won at $92. Hotel is in a great location, right next to the Hilton and Westin (the other four stars downtown). Valet parking is rather steep at $28/night. Parking is available near the two stadiums for $9 per day. City is great for walking so if y
  5. I was going to start bidding at $50 and use the four free rebids for the Altanta area, then just decided to bid $53 to start. Won with that bid. Hotel is in good location right off downtown connector. Rack rate is $149/night so I'm not going to complain. As always, used the PRICELINE link to start
  6. Started at $56. That bid received a "we can provide the room for $72 now" response. Used the large number of free rebids for a 4* in ATL to increment in $1 increments before winning at $63 (total around $76/night with tax). Stayed in this hotel the past weekend - nice hotel in great location. As always, used the PRICELINE link to start the bidding process
  7. Started at $48 which received a "if you offer $57 bid, your bid will be accepted" response. Declined and used some free rebids, starting at $49 before winning at $51 (didn't try $50). $51 per night with free breakfast can't be sneezed at. Parking is steep at around $20+ but if you don't need in/out, there's public parking a few yards up the street for $6 for as long as you want to stay there. As always, used the PRICELINE link
  8. Started bidding at $44 and received a "bid $58 to win". Declined the offer, bid $47, $48, $50 and finally won at $52 using the free rebids on 3* hotels (free rebid zones of Chamblee, Forest Park, Jonesboro and Morrow). Good hotel, stayed their previously. Parking is steep at $20+ per night. There is free parking outside overnight (free parking starts around 10pm). There is public covered parking about 50yds north for $5 unlimited but no in and out.
  9. Thought I'd start lower than my previous bid for the previous night ($46). Obviously didn't start low enough as $43 was accepted. Even better deal than previous night. Used the PRICELINE link as always
  10. Started out at $46, which was accepted. Great deal for this hotel since it includes breakfast and is in a close location to downtown. Parking can be expensive at the hotel (~$20) but there is public parking 50yds up the street for $5 flat rate. As always, used the PRICELINE link before bidding
  11. Starting bidding a few days ago at $25. Two times it came back and said I was close but needed to bid higher than $28 per day. Decided to wait a little longer and try again. Bid $25 and won. Best I could find was around $35 on retail website. Seems if there are better deals at EWR for mid size SUV than mid or larger autos As always, used the PRICELINE link within Betterbidding to start.
  12. Started bidding at $46/night and used free rebids to get to $51/night for two nights. Hotel is in good location. As always started by using the PRICELINE link
  13. Bid in Midtown on 3* hotel, starting at $45. Was rejected at $45, rebid at $47 and won. Hotel is in a convenient location and is a decent hotel. Excellent rate for this location. As always, used the PRICELINE link to start bidding.
  14. Started bidding using the PRICELINE link on the forum. Bid $58 per night since others reported $60 winning bids. The bid was rejected but offered that if I accepted $66/nt, the bid would win. Rejected the counteroffer and used a free rebid to bid $60 which ending up winning. I'm a Gold Marriott member, so they provided me access to concierge floor which was nice. The 3.5* Marriott close by would not honor the gold status on a previous stay. Hotel was nice, parking was free but somewhat limited. Cumberland Mall is across the street and location is very convenient since its at the intersection o
  15. Started bid at $16 per day for EWR. Won with this bid (said it would be a Nissan Altima or equivalent), total with taxes was around $210.
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