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"Honor Bar" ever heard of asking hotel person to remove the items when you check in?????

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Recently saw TV promotion for book called "Hotel Detective"--gave a bunch of tips on how to save money when you travel (also some safety hints etc.)
Example-When you are headed for a very commercial area (like NYC) stop at a supermarket on the outskirts of town and get drinks, milk, cereal, sandwich stuff etc. When you check into room ask hotel person to remove items from honor bar to make room for you stuff!!!
Has ANYONE ever heard of this???
or maybe tried to do it????

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