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DC area hotel - 3x more weekday versus weekend

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Well aware that in areas frequented by business travelers prices are often considerably more on weekdays than weekend. But this is extreme. Found a rate at upper-end chain in DC area and price is $84 per night for 3-day weekend this spring (when I am going). Price was so low that out of curiosity I checked mid-week that week and one after - price was almost $300/night.

How could there be such an extreme difference? Could this be a mistake? I made a reservation and have printed confirmation, so I assume they will honor rate if it was a mistake.

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