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Anyone else find that calling hotel directly is cheapest?

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For years I've been using various travel websites like Orbitz, Expedia, etc. and AAA discounts and was always able to find a price better than that offered directly by the hotel. Lately I've been finding cheaper rates directly through the hotel. I'm wondering if, aside from priceline and hotwire, if there are other ways to get better rates? Has any else noticed this trend too?

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