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Old Sep 7, 14, 7:15 pm
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Hilton 50% off Thailand sale. You have to book Sept 9-13 and complete stay this year. LINK: http://en.hiltonhoteldeals.com/discoverthailand
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Old Sep 7, 14, 7:50 pm
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Originally Posted by whackyjacky View Post
Hilton 50% off Thailand sale. You have to book Sept 9-13 and complete stay this year. LINK: http://en.hiltonhoteldeals.com/discoverthailand
While I've been curious about this sale for the last few days I'm somewhat put off by the 'single occupancy' restriction.
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Old Sep 7, 14, 8:49 pm
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Missed that entirely D. I severely doubt they would actually enforce it. Makes it worthless to me if they do.
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Missed that entirely D. I severely doubt they would actually enforce it. Makes it worthless to me if they do.
I have one upcoming stay where I'll be solo but for the rest of our upcoming stays my better half would be upset if the hotel only allowed me to have breakfast and cocktails.
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Old Sep 8, 14, 1:57 am
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Originally Posted by dsquared37 View Post
While I've been curious about this sale for the last few days I'm somewhat put off by the 'single occupancy' restriction.
Does HH allow 2nd guest stay free? I read from s.where that it does.
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Does HH allow 2nd guest stay free? I read from s.where that it does.
Yes they do (Spouse Stays Free) but this particular restriction may or may not void that allowance.
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Originally Posted by dsquared37 View Post
While I've been curious about this sale for the last few days I'm somewhat put off by the 'single occupancy' restriction.
Are you referring to this, on the landing page:

"Rates are valid for single occupancy and are exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities, and resort fees where applicable."

I am just reading that as saying that the advertised rates on that page (the ones in big red letters) are as described above, and that actual rates incurred may be different.

I clicked through off the landing page, searched a property for availability for 2 guests, got a good rate with taxes, fees, etc., and paid for it. If they didn't want double occupancy I kinda doubt they would have let me do that.
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Saw the restriction, but booked yesterday for two at Sukhumvit anyway. Price (3100 BHT) did not change from promo page. Ditto arlflyer- my confirmation specifies 2 adult guests.
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Originally Posted by arlflyer View Post
Are you referring to this, on the landing page:

"Rates are valid for single occupancy and are exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities, and resort fees where applicable."

I am just reading that as saying that the advertised rates on that page (the ones in big red letters) are as described above, and that actual rates incurred may be different.

I clicked through off the landing page, searched a property for availability for 2 guests, got a good rate with taxes, fees, etc., and paid for it. If they didn't want double occupancy I kinda doubt they would have let me do that.
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Saw the restriction, but booked yesterday for two at Sukhumvit anyway. Price (3100 BHT) did not change from promo page. Ditto arlflyer- my confirmation specifies 2 adult guests.
I also booked this morning BKK time and had no porblem with 2 guests.
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Originally Posted by arlflyer View Post
Are you referring to this, on the landing page:

"Rates are valid for single occupancy and are exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities, and resort fees where applicable."

I am just reading that as saying that the advertised rates on that page (the ones in big red letters) are as described above, and that actual rates incurred may be different.

I clicked through off the landing page, searched a property for availability for 2 guests, got a good rate with taxes, fees, etc., and paid for it. If they didn't want double occupancy I kinda doubt they would have let me do that.
Just another opportunity to stretch your spending money in Thailand ...

For a weekend in late October, I am getting the rate of THB 2,800++ per room per night for the Hilton Sukhumvit. Not bad considering this usually goes for around THB 3,500 per night, a savings of around $30 all in per night.
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As you all know (probably) all those great Orbitz Group (Cheap Tickets, Ebookers, Rates To Go) codes never work in Thailand for some reason. Not anymore, at least with RTG. These work SOONER15 & LATER18.
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Old Nov 5, 14, 3:25 am
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K6, BKK-REP $120 (ai) RT Until Xmas

Cambodia Angkor Air, fly M-W. The rest of the week + $35 (ew). Works in reverse as well. LINK: http://www.cambodiaangkorair.com/en/
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5380Bt wiht tax....

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Cambodia Angkor Air, fly M-W. The rest of the week + $35 (ew). Works in reverse as well. LINK: http://www.cambodiaangkorair.com/en/
So when I run a M-->W return ticket, I get 1500Bt base with 3,880Bt taxes... still not terrible but how do I get it down to $35 ? Thank you.
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Old Nov 6, 14, 2:31 am
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So when I run a M-->W return ticket, I get 1500Bt base with 3,880Bt taxes... still not terrible but how do I get it down to $35 ? Thank you.
It should be a 10B or $1 base what are your dates ? ps: Didn't you see the huge 10B BKK-REP ad on their front page ? I just checked different dates (other than my own & I'm flying in reverse), lotsa availability at 5B (why not 10 - who knows). The 5B days are all over the place depending on which week you fly. 3880 RT all in. If you HAVE to fly on dates that aren't discounted, you might wanna look at Air Asia and Bangkok Air instead.

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Old Nov 6, 14, 3:01 am
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OK I've got this sorted. They've sold out a lot of dates & here's what's left at 5B: BKK-REP - Nov 25, 27, 28. Dec 2,8,9,10,11,16, & 17. REP-BKK Dec 11,12,15,17, & 19-24. Good Luck.
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