Better Bidding

Learn better bidding strategies for Priceline and Hotwire such as: how to identify your Hotwire hotel, how to get free rebids, reveal the name of your hotel, and other tips on better travel bidding on Priceline or Hotwire.

Who is cheaper: Hotwire or Priceline? Sometimes Neither!

Posted on: January 25th, 2014 by Randy Greencorn

Bidding travellers asking themselves who is cheaper, Hotwire or Priceline should not assume that either has automatically has the lowest price. This is not always the case (although usually). Savvy travellers will take a couple extra minutes to look at sites like TravelPony and TripAdvisor before booking.

Priceline Hotel Bidding: Help for Better Bidding

Posted on: October 6th, 2013 by Sandra Lemieux

Priceline hotel bidding is an effective way to save money when travelling. However, Priceline is not for everyone because of the way it works. With Priceline, you name your own price and then find out what hotel you received. This is a novel concept but easy to understand once you have tried it a few times. Here are some articles intended to provide help for better bidding on Priceline.

Tips for Hotwire Better Bidding

Posted on: August 25th, 2013 by Randy Greencorn

Here are the top 10 tips for Hotwire better bidding. Included in the top 10: how to reveal a Hotwire hotel before bidding, when to avoid booking your hotel on Hotwire, and tips to ensure you are always getting the lowest hotel rate possible when bidding on Hotwire.

Peppermill Or Atlantis Hotel In Reno

Posted on: July 31st, 2013 by Randy Greencorn

Many vacationers looking for a high end hotel in Reno, Nevada will narrow down their hotel choice to just 2 hotels: The Peppermill or Atlantis Hotel in Reno. Both of these hotels are great, but here are some helpful tips to help you decide which hotel to stay at, the Atlantis or the Peppermill.

If you are staying at the Peppermill, you will want to be aware of the Annex attached to the hotel, which has rooms that are of lower quality. As for the hotel Atlantis, …

Priceline Hotel Lists For Europe

Posted on: July 18th, 2013 by Randy Greencorn

Travelling to Europe and using Priceline for your hotel? is please to release new Priceline hotel lists for select European cities. After several weeks of researching and gather data on what hotels are available on Priceline, the hotel lists are now being made available to use for better bidding for travel. Use the hotel lists before bidding for travel and for better bidding on hotels.

Forum For Better Bidding on Priceline

Posted on: July 9th, 2013 by Randy Greencorn is happy to announce the release of its forum for better bidding on Priceline to travellers. This is an online community where travellers share their winning bids and seek bidding assistance when using Priceline. This can greatly aid in the bidding of hotels: learn what hotel you might get on Priceline and how much to pay.

Westin Diplomat on Priceline

Posted on: June 16th, 2013 by Randy Greencorn collects information from travellers who have actually used Priceline. Customers are willing to post their winning bid, and report how much they paid and reveal the hotel name. Thanks to Priceline forum members, we know much about the Westin Diplomat on Priceline.

(1) The Westin Diplomat is a 4 star hotel on Priceline.
(2) The hotel appears in the Hollywood bidding zone.
(3) The Westin Diplomat tends to go for between $100 and $120 per night, although we have seen it go for as low as $70 and as high as $140.

Bidding for Travel

Posted on: June 11th, 2013 by Randy Greencorn

Bidding for travel has gained popularity over the last few years, and for very good reason. Travellers can save money on products such as hotels, car rentals and airline tickets. The biggest savings are in hotel reservations, where travellers can save sometimes 60% or more, but bidding for travel also has some risks associated with it. The most popular travel bidding sites are Priceline and Hotwire. Here are some strategies for how to rebid on Priceline and how to reveal the name of your hotel before making your purchase.