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Country Inn and Suites Austin TX $12 NYE-End of Jan.

Old Feb 2, 14, 2:00 pm
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Country Inn and Suites Austin TX $12 NYE-End of Jan.

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Country Inn and Suites Austin Texas. Showing for $10-$12 all days from December 31 2014-January 28 2015! All room types discounted including one-bedroom king suite. booking.com NYE has a non-refundable available and flexible rates available all days. Includes Breakfast.

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Old Feb 2, 14, 2:19 pm
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MLK Weekend 2015

Thanks OP.
I'm in for a King Suite ;-)
$34.50 for three nights!
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Old Feb 2, 14, 2:31 pm
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Cool. It is a country inn and suites so even the best room type uh, leaves much to be desired. Still, can't beat the price if honored.
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Old Feb 2, 14, 2:37 pm
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Thanks, OP! Just booked 12/31-1/3.
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Old Feb 2, 14, 2:51 pm
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thx OP booked over MLK weekend
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Old Feb 2, 14, 2:54 pm
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Thanks for sharing. Got it too! Lets see what happens...
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Old Feb 2, 14, 3:27 pm
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Is hotelscombined.com legit? Never heard of it before.
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Old Feb 2, 14, 3:34 pm
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Ya. It is just a meta search engine though. Same as trivago and others they compile prices from various sites in a way that makes it easy to see what is available. In this case the actual room is bought through booking.com where the hotel has loaded this low rate. In cases like these meta search sites are nice because you can see what the same rooms are on offer for elsewhere.
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Old Feb 2, 14, 3:39 pm
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Bummer they don't have the calendar for further into 2015, but I'm in for NYE and MLK weekend. None prepaid, I'll cancel if we wind up with other plans.
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Old Feb 2, 14, 6:32 pm
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Originally Posted by Yinzer View Post
Ya. It is just a meta search engine though. Same as trivago and others they compile prices from various sites in a way that makes it easy to see what is available. In this case the actual room is bought through booking.com where the hotel has loaded this low rate. In cases like these meta search sites are nice because you can see what the same rooms are on offer for elsewhere.
Great info. Thanks Yinzer!
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Old Feb 3, 14, 9:56 am
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$442 for one night

LOL - I don't see the bargain rate. I checked a couple of nights (Jan 13 and Jan 14, 2015) and the rate PER NIGHT is $442 per room for one room. Guess they need revenue to cover the mistake rates already booked!

Happy travels all...
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Old Feb 3, 14, 10:44 am
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Yeah this deal is messed up. The rate now is almost $500/night.

Something is seriously wrong with their system.
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Old Feb 3, 14, 11:00 am
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This hotel is in a crappy neighborhood and the property is not clean. Pass for me. THanks for the find though.
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Old Feb 3, 14, 11:16 am
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Great deal, but I also had to pass. I think this deal got too popular, since it got posted on the "Mommy Points" blog on BoardingArea. Some people say that the fewer people who jump on a deal, the more likely it is to be honored. Others say the more people, the better, because of the ruckus that would transpire should the hotel refuse to honor. In this case, based on the fact that the deal was available for an entire month, and thousands of people must have seen it on the MP blog, I think the hotel would have to refuse or they'd be in the red a huge amount.
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Old Feb 5, 14, 8:50 am
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Does anyone know a way to add a Club Carlson account number to a reservation made through booking.com?
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