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Booking.com is an excellent site for travel deals. But why start your search there and only restrict your search results to what Booking.com offers?

BestTravelCoupon.com allows you to search Booking.com and many others at the same time. Start here and let it search Booking.com, Expedia, etc for you with 1 click. This is the fastest way to find the lowest rates.

For lower priced hotels I think ChoiceHotels is a great option. Hotel listings are limited but the deals are pretty good on this site.

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This is a tough thread to get any use out of. Its gotten too disorganized even though it was intended to be a collection of awesome hotel discount booking sites. Here are some of my favorites:

TravelPony: I believe this has the same hotel inventory as LastMinuteTravel but without the opaque part. Just need to sign up to see the hotels and deals. They're decent and legit. Usually about 20 to 30% off Expedia etc.

Priceline Discounts & Coupons: Hotel Deals Revealed keeps track of Priceline offers and discounts. For the month of December (2013), for example, PL has a 5% off code for Express Hotels in select cities using "BIGCITY7".

Would be great if somebody compiled a 'best of' list.

Why does TravelPony require me to give up my email? I hate sites that require my contact information.

Easiest way to quickly search for hotel deals is:

1. BestTravelCoupon.com - Searches 100s of sites for you. Posts the total cost including taxes which saves the BS of having to click to get total cost. And they beat Kayak, Expedia, Priceline, etc consistently.
2. ChoiceHotels.com - Great for the lower priced hotels such as EconoLodge. Always seems to beat the hotel sites for these hotels.

LArugby said:   Why does TravelPony require me to give up my email? I hate sites that require my contact information.
That's what junk e-mail accounts are for!

How to find 4 star hotels at 2 star rates? Or excellent hotels under $100.

Here is a good post on how to find them in any city: http://www.besthotelsunder100.com/hotels-under-100/

(Nice update on the HotelTonight app. You can now book at 9:00am (used to be noon). I've used it a few times for same day hotel bookings. The app is good and worth a spot on your phone.)

I'm no pro on other destinations, but I clearly see that for Orlando this site offers nothing special

A lot of off the radar suggestions. Never heard of ChoiceHotels or Besttravelcoupon. Both look good after a quick comparison with some of my regular sites.

howtoleads said:   A lot of off the radar suggestions. Never heard of ChoiceHotels or Besttravelcoupon. Both look good after a quick comparison with some of my regular sites.
  wow, what are your regular sites?

I usually start with KAYAK and Expedia. How about you? What do you use?


Here are some discount hotel deals/coupons:

Orbitz - 15 percent off hotel stays with promo code GETHAPPY. Book by Sunday June 1 and travel by November 15.
Hotels.com - Coupon code "moremoney" to save $50 when you spend at least $300 by June 1 on Hotels.com.
Travelocity.com - Last-minute Memorial Day hotel stays, use promotional code MEMORIAL50 for $50 off $300 or more on a "Travelocity Rate" hotel stay by 11:59 PM PT on Monday, May 26. Travel must start by May 26. Use the code MEMORIAL100 for $100 off $1000 spent on a flight and hotel package.

of course thanks for the effort; but none of those are any special. Flyertalk thread updates dozens of those


This video article has some cool sites that are worth checking out. Haven't tried it yet, but Tingo sounds promising. They give you a refund automatically if your hotel drops in price.


Groupon still works on occasion for good hotel rates. You can find good package deals/hotels at Groupon: http://www.groupon.com/getaways

If you don't mind letting Priceline to choose where you sleep, I still find bidding hotel through Priceline yield the best price out there.

not quite, because of fees. What they call fees&taxes is in fact where the ripoff is

NY Times writer the "Frugal Traveler" wrote "7 Steps To Cheaper Hotels": http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/10/travel/7-steps-to-a-cheaper-ho... - This may help some who are hunting for a hotel deal right now.

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