Hey I will be going to Dallas, Tx next month for my 3year anniversary...And we really need some discounts or some type of coupons for a hotel we will be staying 3days I know thats going to be pricey!!! LOLOL Please help me!!!
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If you're flexible in the days and places you want to stay, I would hotwire or priceline it.
I know you're thinking, well I don't know what hotel I will get on hotwire or priceline.... What I do is go to this website called betterbidding.com, which lists all the hotels offered by priceline and hotwire, by star number. This means when you choose "4 star in dallas" on priceline, you'll know exactly (or a range of hotels) you'll get.
Here's a list of hotels in Texas:
thereafter, I would go to the Texas subforum to see the winning bid/amount that other members won the room for, so you can see what range of prices you can start bidding at, what you can expect to pay for a room. of course room rates seem to differ.
^^ www.biddingfortravel.com does the same as betterbidding.com. It's only for priceline, but I think it gives more information than betterbidding. Remember, on Priceline you are picking your star level, so you won't get a bad hotel if you stay in the 4 or 5 stars (sometimes even in the 3s). I use it all the time (even in Europe) and I have yet to be disappointed.
If you're on biddingfortravel.com, scroll down to Hotels - Texas - Dallas. Once in the Dallas subforum, you should be able to view the hotels that have been won in the past at the various star levels. The top link should list those hotels that may accept your bid. If you scroll down below that link, other users have listed details of their recent winnings: Hotel won, dates, price, etc. This will let you know what hotels you are likely to win in what areas. It will also give you an indication of which price point to start at so you don't overbid. Hope this helps.