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Discussion in 'Starwood | Preferred Guest' started by edekba, Oct 29, 2012.
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Yes! [ Just to answer your question ] Nice find, incredible indeed.
Cool, I'm sure that will be getting booked. Looks like someone put the decimal point in the wrong place.
At that rate the 12,000 Starpoint redemption is a sweet deal!
Well there is a big difference for a cancel with no penalty rate I see
I was looking for a aaa rate somewhere else and saw this and was like wtf?
Wonder if I can find a better rate the bgr it
Think of how many points you would get if you booked that rate and used your SPG credit card
You didn't click on the Full Description. It comes with a car.
A car to keep, you mean?
Of course! However, you have to park it at the hotel at the AAA parking rate
Being in Manhattan ... might as well not drive the car
Well today (unfortunately) if that rate includes electricity, food, and running clean water, it might be a good deal.
that is the rate that comes with hurricane insurance.
Best AAA rate ever was a last-minute Hyatt Place, with an airport shuttle and free bottle of wine, for $20 less than any other published rate.
I've seen the Westin Minneapolis (downtown) offering a AAA rate for a standard room over $600 when their regular best available rate (not prepaid) was in the $100-200 range.
Wish the decimal point error was in the other direction
I would have booked it. And actually stayed at that rate. Chances are you would've gotten a refund, and bonus points for the inconvenience.
I think its 4PS glitch in NYC.
Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan SoHo Village -
Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan Chelsea -
those area also over 2xxx a night AAA rate
I was checking for hotels in Mar 2013 and found the same AAA rate. It must have to do with a glitch when you try to book AAA too far in advance. I wonder if AAA hasn't yet re-signed the contract with Starwood to get the good rates for their customers (or vice versa).