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How Do I Get A Hotel Deal

Most often, the choice of when and where to travel comes down to a matter of cost.  The price of the trip is the primary consideration for choosing the destination and the time spent on the vacation. Similar to airfare tickets, it is dissapointing to find out that somebody else paid far less for an identical hotel room as the one that you are staying in. We challenge you to consider your budget options; if the hotel room is going to only be the place that you return each evening to sleeep after a full day of sightseeing why would you want to spend upwards of $200 per night? Here are the top five way that you can get a deal to reduce your hotel budget without much if any sacrifice in accommodation quality.

Top Five Tips to Get a Deal on a Hotel

1) Book travel during the off-season.

According to USA Today, the best time to visit New York City is January, February, the Fourth of July, or the week before Christmas when you can find rates under $100 per night, compared to the peak price of over $200 per night during the first week of December. For Las Vegas, the best time to go is mid-May to mid-August, when the weather is warm. Hotels are extremely competetive to attract the summer traveler and you can find a stay for as low as $18 per night in a quality 4 star hotel, which is far better than the $172/night you would pay for the same hotel room on New Year’s Eve! You can find more cheap hotel deals for New York City here.

2) Travel to destinations with year-over-year price decreases.

Las Vegas has seen a 16 percent drop in price from a year ago, with $114 for the average 5-star room. Other destinations offering cheap hotels, according to Hotwire, include: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (-9% to $107/night); Boston, Massachusetts (-7% to $95/night); Daytona Beach, Florida (-7% to $76/night); and Nashville, Tennessee (-5% to $86/night).

3) Stay in top-quality economy hotel chains.

Consumer Reports recently ranked the best hotel chains based on feedback from their subscribers. In the budget category, Microtel, Red Roof Inn, and Super 8 came in with top honors. Other cheap hotels mentioned include: Day’s Inn, Motel 6, Econolodge, and America’s Best Value Inn (in that order). These hotel chains had the comfiest rooms and best check-out service, in particular.

4) Join an affiliate group and use its hotel discount code.

Seniors, military members, government employees and AAA members can receive up to 10 percent off their stays. Keep in mind, most rewards programs are free to join and offer up worthwhile discounts, so it’s good to sign up for them when you can. You may be entitled to earn free nights or room upgrades.

5) Book online with a travel discount website.

The best offers for cheap hotels are consistently found online. Unlike the opaque booking deals at Hotwire, which don’t tell you which hotel you’ll be staying at until after you’ve booked it, Get-A-Deal.com is a fully transparent site that gives you all the information, including the name of the hotel most importantly, that you need to make an informed hotel booking decision.

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