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We have used priceline on all of our trips to San Diego, 4 out of the last 6 years.
We have stayed at the Wyndham Emerald, The Sheraton Mission Valley,
and the Hilton Harbour Island (2 times). The most that we paid for a room has been $67.00 per room. We go during the spring time/ easter week each time , and will be there again this spring.
I only bid on 3 star hotels or better, and have not had a bad room yet.
Consider Hotwire as well. I usually try to aim for the four star -- or even five star -- places. Three stars might be a little more iffy. Or, look to see if it is a suite as most suites are relatively new. Good luck as San Diego can be expensive.
Look on redweek for a timeshare rental as well.