Use This Trick To Save Money On Hotel Stays

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    One thing that most frustrates consumers about airlines is how complicated and irrational their pricing is. While hotel pricing isn't quite as confusing, it does leave me scratching my head as well sometimes. I've written in the past about how I almost always book refundable hotel rates so that I can potentially "reprice" my stays closer to the arrival date. It's pretty common for hotels to drop prices closer to the arrival date if they have a lot of empty rooms, and at times that can lead to huge savings. But here's something that's a bit trickier and more inconsistent than that -- when booking hotels, check the cost of individual nights for your hotel, and not just for the duration of your stay. Take an upcoming stay at the Hyatt Olive 8 in Seattle, for example. The post Use This Trick To Save Money On Hotel Stays appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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