Priceline.com Savings: $20 for $40 Bid, $40 for $80 Bid

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Time for another Groupon nationwide deal for 11/24, this time to save money on bidding on hotels on Priceline.com. You have two options:

  • For $20, you get $40 toward a bid on any three-star or better hotel on Priceline.com
  • For $40, you get $80 toward a bid on any three-star or better hotel on Priceline.com

So if you bought the $80 bid and won a 2 night stay for $100 total, you’d only end up paying $60 for it. More fine print:

Expires Mar 25, 2011. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for 3-star or better hotels on Name Your Own Price. Exact hotel shown only after purchase. $1 minimum bid/night req’d. Taxes and fees not incl’d. Not valid w/ other offers.

Here is the Groupon deal link from Ft. Lauderdale, but anyone can buy and use it. If you don’t have a Groupon account already, please use my sign-up link first. It’s free for you, and I’ll get some Groupon credit for future deals. Groupon is a popular group-buying site where in major metro areas you get one deal per day from a local retailer as long as enough people sign up for it, along with occasional nationwide offers.

You can also get up to another 2% back on your Priceline purchase through cashback shopping portals such as eBates ($5 bonus), Mr. Rebates ($5 bonus), and BigCrumbs.

Finally, a while back I wrote about some tips on using Priceline here. By using databases that include actual winning bids, you can see what is available and optimize your bidding. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. sold out 🙁

  2. Jonathan or other blog readers — does anybody know of a site or how to find out about all the daily groupons in one big list?

    This priceline was two days ago for Fairfield County and sold out (they only had 176). I’d really like to get one of these, but don’t have time or energy to search through all the groupon sites.

    It seems like this deal is similar to the Nordstrom Rack card which means it will probably be back again…but where is the question?

    Does someone keep a daily list that’s easy to search of all that day’s groupons?

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