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  • Preferred discount travel site?

    I'm searching for discount hotel rates, and get bombarded with all the different sites out there.


    Which do you prefer?

    Travelocity? Hotels.com? Expedia? A different one?


    Thanks!




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    Re: Preferred discount travel site?

    Priceline.com But I bid for my hotels. It's easy in the Disneyland area and you can get a pretty good hotel for $40-$45 a night for a 3 or 3.5 star fairly easy.
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      Re: Preferred discount travel site?

      Originally posted by 1Disneylandfan View Post
      Priceline.com But I bid for my hotels. It's easy in the Disneyland area and you can get a pretty good hotel for $40-$45 a night for a 3 or 3.5 star fairly easy.
      Same here.
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        Re: Preferred discount travel site?

        Im just too scared to do that. I'm even nervous about the others....since the two times I've used them before I ended up at the Addams family summer home.


        But, I'm finding decent hotels this go around. Just need to narrow it down.



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