OK, so, here's a quandary for ya'll. Last week I bid, on Thursday for the next night, downtown Providence and after 4 attempts at $5 intervals, I hit at $75 at the Westin, yeah for me. This week, we were fortunate enough to ditch the kids for this friday night (last week we had the kids) and I figured, let's head down to Providence again. So, this morning I start bidding, same technique as before, started at $60, $5 increments. Well, this time I get shut out on all 8 bid attempts, took it all the way to $100. So, the conspiracy theorist in me started thinking. Is there a chance that Priceline blocks you out of a certain zone if you try two weeks in a row, (or some other arbitrary time window). So I have my wife bid, she started at $75 and wouldn't you know it, I hit on the first bid!! Now, is there a chance that there a flags that pop up if you try the same zone often? Maybe the hotels ask that these persons not get the lower price too often? Like, my wife was a new user so maybe in order to wet her beak, they give her a low winning bid? I tent to doubt it, but, this mornings evidence is to the contrary! Have any of you Better Bidding folks seen anything like this before? Thanks, James.