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Hotwire vs Priceline

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I am a regular user of Priceline and have gotten some great deals. Just wondering, about how much less can you get a hotel on Priceline as compared to Hotwire in cases where the same hotel appears to be awarded.

I've been looking at biddingfortravel and betterbidding. Hotwire has a 3.5* Back Bay Boston hotel for $100. Based on what I've read, it is most likely the Sheraton, which also seems to be the 3.5* coming up frequently on Priceline.

I'm just curious if anyone made such a comparison and then placed a successful bid on priceline for less than the Hotwire price.

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