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Priceline Marriott hotel room

anteween

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I was searching for a hotel at the San Francisco International airport for one night before we begin our trip to PV. I wanted to leave my car there for 8 days. I started searching the internet with all the park-n-stay hotels in the SFO area. The range was from $70:eek:
to $200. The $129 was just a regular two star hotel. I figured that I would spend at least $100 just to park. After reading reveiws of the two star resorts I couldn't make up my mind where I really wanted to stay. On-line you could book the Marriott for $249 a night without parking. I decided to go to priceline and see how much the hotels were going for there and pay extra for parking.

I decided to go to 3 1/2 star hotels and put in a rate of $55. Of course priceline added $15 for taxes and fees, but it came back as accepted at the Mariott at SFO. There parking is $10 per day. So I got the $249 a night Marriott for $150 with parking. The two star hotels I was considering were $129 and $139 not including taxes.

What a deal!
 

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I decided to go to 3 1/2 star hotels and put in a rate of $55. Of course priceline added $15 for taxes and fees, but it came back as accepted at the Mariott at SFO. There parking is $10 per day. So I got the $249 a night Marriott for $150 with parking. The two star hotels I was considering were $129 and $139 not including taxes.

What a deal!

If you put in a bid of $55 why was your final cost $150? How much was parking?
 

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Hotel room - $55
Taxes and fees - $15
8 days of parking at $10 per day - $80

Total $150
 
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