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Booking Hotel For Trip to NYC

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by iamrbm, May 9, 2012.

  1. iamrbm

    iamrbm Junior Member

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    Where or what site you think I can get the best rate? After I been searching the prices are looking ridiculous from the time I booked my last trip anyone have any recommendations?
     
  2. Master-x

    Master-x Junior Member

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    I usually search on Expedia and it gives me same or lower rates as any other sites. You can also check out groupon and livingsocial for current NY hotel deals. I have seen some nice ones
     
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  3. kuzmanin

    kuzmanin Regular Member

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    booking.com
    there are some last minute deals that are outstanding.
    try to search for hotel with check-in after about 3-4 days and will see discounts. When your date comes just login again and book the best offer for you
     
  4. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I come from a land downunder
    hotelscombined.com

    I've saved heaps using it.

    (lots more than I've earned in aff payments from it!)
     
  5. VinBed

    VinBed Regular Member

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    Just be prepared to spend $200/night for a lower end room. You can bring it down to $100 or less if you stay in a hotel in brooklyn.
     
  6. non-prophet

    non-prophet Regular Member

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    Stay in Brooklyn, it's cooler and cheaper.