Tag Archives for Priceline.

How To Refund ‘Name Your Own Price’ Priceline Reservation


Priceline's 'Name Your Own Price' ("NYOP") program for hotel reservations can offer some pretty lucrative deals, often with discounts exceeding 50% of the prevailing rate. Sadly, you can be locked into a hotel room that you don't want, and Priceline will do absolutely nothing to refund your reservation. However, there is a way to get a refund if you don't like your hotel...

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Getting what you want with Priceline – Name Your Own Price

Sometimes when you're using Priceline - Name Your Own Price, you play this awful game of "let's try $100... Ok, $101... $102..." It's very long and anxiety inducing. RTC wrote about a trick where you can use a prepaid credit card with a low balance (like $5), and use that for your bidding (you want to keep a small amount of money on it for the preauthorization when you submit your bid).

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How I cancelled a Priceline ‘Name Your Own Price’ hotel reservation for free


Yesterday I made a bid for a Priceline ‘Name Your Own Price’ hotel in San Diego, CA. Unfortunately, I did not get the hotel rate/place that I wanted. I had to figure out a way to get the reservation refunded. Unfortunately, Priceline is pretty darn tough about cancelling Priceline NYOP reservations, and the only (known) exception is death of a family member.

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