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When is the best time to book a paid stay in New York?

When is the best time to book a paid stay in New York?

  1. Wp01

    I’m going in the beginning of summer, and the rates I’ve looked up have been insane: $350 and up generally, even for hotels that Lucky stayed for much lower, e.g. Hyatt Herald Square.

    Is there a specific time to be booking these hotels? Like _ months before? Any help would be appreciated!

  2. Anonymous

    Summer can be really pricey! I’d book a refundable rate now, and then hope to change to something better as it gets closer.

  3. Daniel B

    I have found Booking.com very useful in that regard. Most room rates are refundable, and they cover a wide variety of properties. If you stay over 10 times, you get the so-called Genius status with 10-15% discount on your bookings. And finally: if you go through [URL]https://www.aadvantageeshopping.com/[/URL] (or any other similar airline FF-linked shopping portal), you get an ADDITIONAL 3 AA miles per $ spent on your hotel.

  4. Wp01

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 25068, member: 7″]Summer can be really pricey! I’d book a refundable rate now, and then hope to change to something better as it gets closer.[/QUOTE]
    Sounds like a decent plan.

  5. Wp01

    [QUOTE=”Daniel B, post: 25080, member: 1592″]I have found Booking.com very useful in that regard. Most room rates are refundable, and they cover a wide variety of properties. If you stay over 10 times, you get the so-called Genius status with 10-15% discount on your bookings. And finally: if you go through [URL]https://www.aadvantageeshopping.com/[/URL] (or any other similar airline FF-linked shopping portal), you get an ADDITIONAL 3 AA miles per $ spent on your hotel.[/QUOTE]

    Meh, don’t really like using third parties. Would rather book direct.

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