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* Pay with Google Wallet and get $20 off your Express Deal hotel. Enter coupon code: WALLET20 at checkout.

I used this code twice on express deal hotels through this app that were $50 for double queen, after coupon I spent $30 for a night. They were 2 star hotels and turned out to be a best western and Red Roof Inn. YMMV

Express Hotel deals are just a straight price on an unknown hotel room without the bidding.

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I would also like to know why it says invalid ..now

camibeth3 (Aug. 12, 2013 @ 7:17p) |

It is dead. I missed out and tried it yesterday. I called Priceline about a reservation issue and asked if this promo or... (more)

krysnik (Aug. 27, 2013 @ 1:14p) |

Hey, you think Priceline ratings are inflated, oh man, have you tried Hotwire recently.  They are bad, I mean bad.  Very... (more)

tomrgreen (Aug. 27, 2013 @ 6:39p) |

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Prepaid, non-refundable, no database of "wins"...

Magic 8 Ball says: "Wholelotta buyers remorse ahead."

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Anyone know a deal for Apple devices?

Google Wallet with iOS? LMAO

SinglePapa said:   Trying to install on IPad2, says u don't have any devices!
Ha ha, that's because you don't have any (Android)devices! ROFLMAO

Can I install and successfully use the application on my PC ?

TIA!

caramelito said:   Can I install and successfully use the application on my PC ?

TIA!


Yes - LINK

STEALfromCAGgive2FW said:    They were 2 star hotels and turned out to be a best western and Red Roof Inn. YMMV
That Priceline considers Red Roof Inn to a be 2* hotel shows how inflated their star ratings have become. I stayed at one recently (via PL) and there is no way it was 2*. Maybe the premium rooms which you have to pay extra for (and won't get with a PL reservation) which have a refrigerator and coffee maker could be considered 2*, but not the bare bones room you will get.

Used today. Got so-so rated (mixed reviews, mostly positive) deal that turned out to be Best Western brand hotel. Lowest price available anywhere (except express deals) was $90 with taxes for our one night stay in Maryland, but got the deal using instructions by OP at $35 with taxes. Thanks OP!

ffrob said:    Lowest price available anywhere

Did you try the IHG BPG trick?

Lets hear your experience with it! I'm also interested to hear if anyone has taken ChoiceHotels.com on their free nite guarantee. That very timely in light of their current $50 gift card offer. Would make for quite a double-dip

Just to say, I did an Express Deal and won the Red Roof, and did get the premium room....

The topic header is a little misleading, since its $30 hotel room if you find a $50 hotel room. It should be more like '$20 off any Priceline Express Hotel via Priceline App/Google Wallet'. In my area there are hotels that range from $40-$150 so I could say $20 hotel room, $40 hotel room, and so on... Just my two cents, I did use this deal myself on a $80 room (so $60 for me)

rooms222 said:   Just to say, I did an Express Deal and won the Red Roof, and did get the premium room....You got lucky, I guess. I bid on my room (and got an excellent price) and had the basic room (which smelled like someone had smoked in it, despite their no smoking policy). Also had to request that they remove the $1.50 room safe fee, which is added to your bill whether you use it or not.

What' this link?flowindex said:   caramelito said:   Can I install and successfully use the application on my PC ?

TIA!


Yes - LINK

Going by Code's name WALLET20, is Android device absolutely necessary? Or having installed Priceline app on Windows device, can one pay thru Google Wallet?

So, if I find a hotel for $20, will I essentially only have to pay taxes and fees? This will be pretty interesting...

I found one for $25, but Priceline runs the tightest ship in the travel biz: they added $10.85 in "fees and taxes". No one can win against Priceline, not one human.

So any answer to G.Wallet without Android?

SinglePapa said:   So any answer to G.Wallet without Android?

You need Google Wallet on your Android phone. I realized that just the PC site and a Google Account won't cut it. If you are in any way "technologically advanced," try rooting your phone or something. It took me about 30 minutes, but I paid only $50 for a good hotel near the Las Vegas Strip. This is after taxes and fees (BTW, those aren't Priceline's, they are the local taxes and administrative charges).

SinglePapa said:   What' this link?flowindex said:   caramelito said:   Can I install and successfully use the application on my PC ?

TIA!


Yes - LINK


Oooh, I forgot about BlueStacks. It is essentially an Android emulator. It let's you "use an Android phone" on the computer. This might work, too. I have no experience with Google Wallet on BlueStacks, though.

Mobarakeh, thanks for some tech advice; I'd love more of that

As to fees, make no mistake: taxes on $25 room would only be 13% at most. Bulk of that little entry is Priceline's charge, aka Priceline's profit. Also be aware that most Express Deals are higher priced than at other lower-price hotel bundlers. So Priceline "deals" are far and between

I got a 2.5 star in Vegas (near the strip, and it was Holiday Inn Express) for $50 including taxes. I'm okay with that. But I like how it's so easy to tell what hotel you will get with Priceline. And it seems that the $20 code is reusable. I didn't use it twice, but when I went to get another room, it applied. Can someone confirm this?

mobarakeh said:   I got a 2.5 star in Vegas (near the strip, and it was Holiday Inn Express) for $50 including taxes. I'm okay with that. But I like how it's so easy to tell what hotel you will get with Priceline. And it seems that the $20 code is reusable. I didn't use it twice, but when I went to get another room, it applied. Can someone confirm this?I stayed at that hotel as a broke college student. They have free breakfast and free shuttle to the first casino (excaliber?)

SinglePapa said:   What' this link?flowindex said:   caramelito said:   Can I install and successfully use the application on my PC ?

TIA!


Yes - LINK


See mobarakeh reply HERE

mobarakeh said:   I got a 2.5 star in Vegas (near the strip, and it was Holiday Inn Express) for $50 including taxes. I'm okay with that. But I like how it's so easy to tell what hotel you will get with Priceline. And it seems that the $20 code is reusable. I didn't use it twice, but when I went to get another room, it applied. Can someone confirm this?

Yes, the code is reusable

just tried to use the code on my nexus and it says its invalid? HELP!

I would also like to know why it says invalid ..now

It is dead. I missed out and tried it yesterday. I called Priceline about a reservation issue and asked if this promo or any other with Google wallet was active. nope

billrubin said:   
STEALfromCAGgive2FW said:   They were 2 star hotels and turned out to be a best western and Red Roof Inn. YMMV
That Priceline considers Red Roof Inn to a be 2* hotel shows how inflated their star ratings have become. I stayed at one recently (via PL) and there is no way it was 2*. Maybe the premium rooms which you have to pay extra for (and won't get with a PL reservation) which have a refrigerator and coffee maker could be considered 2*, but not the bare bones room you will get.

  Hey, you think Priceline ratings are inflated, oh man, have you tried Hotwire recently.  They are bad, I mean bad.  Very disappointed with the last handful of 4-star hotels I've gotten lately.  Interesting article on Hotwire inflating their hotel ratings:  http://www.hoteldealsrevealed.com/blog/hotwire-hotel-ratings/



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