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Priceline Now Discloses Winning Bids

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Just got an email from Priceline.com. They are now posting recent winning bids for many cities all over the world. From the email:

"For the first time ever, you can now see winning Name Your Own Price® hotel bids in over 250 top cities around the world. Just choose a city and we'll show you recent winning bids, by real customers, in popular neighborhoods and star levels. The Winners Board is a private service reserved exclusively for priceline rewards members!"

I checked it out, they do show star level, neighborhood, and winning bid. Not the name of the hotel tho, so it won't be eliminating my checking biddingfortravel and betterbidding, but it definitely gives you a head start.

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