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General question on "offer codes" accommodations?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by trellaine, Mar 26, 2017.

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  1. trellaine

    trellaine High-Roller

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    are offer codes for accommodations different rates than booking without an offer code? Meaning the rooms are more expensive per night with the offer code. I'm unclear how the hotel industry works?

    E.g. MResort has a buy 2 nights get 1 free. Quoted on the phone $135 per night

    When I try and book online, no codes etc rooms are $105 lol

    I was thinking I should get the $105 rate with the 3 night free?

    Thanks
     
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    On the phone ask for the total price for the stay under the offer.

    If they quoted you $135 a night on the offer, it could mean $270 total for 3 nights.

    An offer that only includes a room should be cheaper than their regular price (or obviously don't book it). An offer that includes a lot of other stuff (meals, etc) could be more expensive than booking a room alone at the regular price, but less than booking all the components of the offer separately.
     
  3. trellaine

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    Yeah I guess it's a marketing tool :(. The offer is cheaper but definitely no where close to the non offer rate would be.

    There is about a $40 difference .
     
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