Old Jul 30, 12, 12:10 pm
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Originally Posted by flyfire View Post
I booked a 2-double room on BW.com for $83 (refundable) and hotels.com has the same room type (2-double) for $69 (refundable). But BW.com has 2-quene room (non refundable) for $70. Will BW reject my claim based on $1 difference between 2-double and 2-quene room?
The terms say "similar room type". In my experience, they have used common sense. So my expectation would be, since the BW site has 2 doubles and also 2 queens, the comparison would be 2 doubles to 2 doubles.

If the BW site had only 2 queens, they might take the 2 doubles as a comparison, especially if you could show that the hotel only has queens (the 2 doubles notation being an artifact of hotels.com)

But either way, in your case, $1 difference is enough, so it should be accepted.
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