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Do you think these hotel prices are legit

crystalrichie1 723 61 October 18, 2015 at 03:39 PM in Travel (2)
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Last Edited by crystalrichie1 October 23, 2015 at 07:34 PM
Are these prices legit, if so, how come no one on this thread is talking about them.. I got this from the sears website.

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sure; but in the format you posted - it's hard to say anything intelligent about it
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Great´╝î I will buy one, I want to go with my girlfriend, this weekSmilie
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My thought exactly...

It's uncanny how these queasy commercial postings are a cause of zero revolt - but non-profit private school break trips to Florida, with clearly posted total prices, may get osterized
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My thought exactly...

It's uncanny how these queasy commercial postings are a cause of zero revolt - but non-profit private school break trips to Florida, with clearly posted total prices, may get osterized
Yes...you post total prices, but no specific details. On your Disney deal, its still unclear whether travel involves flying or driving, let alone which specific & how many Disney park tickets you get on the deal you promote...
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My thought exactly...

It's uncanny how these queasy commercial postings are a cause of zero revolt - but non-profit private school break trips to Florida, with clearly posted total prices, may get osterized

when you signed up here in SD, you agreed to these terms and conditions.
You cannot do this they say. Maybe that is why.
"offer to buy or sell anything
Spam, self promotion and referral links are not allowed. "
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when you signed up here in SD, you agreed to these terms and conditions.
You cannot do this they say. Maybe that is why.
"offer to buy or sell anything
Spam, self promotion and referral links are not allowed. "
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Firstly, where is my referral link if this spam, secondly why didn't I post a website. Some people can be so... Thirdly, if you look at my post history, never mind this is too exhausting. Continue to pay full price while I screen shot these prices.
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sure; but in the format you posted - it's hard to say anything intelligent about it
I updated this post with a screen shot, so let me know what you think.
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I updated this post with a screen shot, so let me know what you think.
Well it's readable now - but main problem is posting rates with no indication of total-out-of-pocket, which is the only thing that matters to your pocket!! (and not the "rate")
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I was wondering if you or anybody else have seen similar rates somewhere. This is pretty cheap for weekly stays. I'm just trying to verify.
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Well it's readable now - but main problem is posting rates with no indication of total-out-of-pocket, which is the only thing that matters to your pocket!! (and not the "rate")[/QUOTE I was wondering if you anybody else have seen similar rates somewhere. This is pretty cheap for weekly stays. I'm just trying to verify.
Where did you find this website?
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Well it's readable now - but main problem is posting rates with no indication of total-out-of-pocket, which is the only thing that matters to your pocket!! (and not the "rate")[/QUOTE I was wondering if you anybody else have seen similar rates somewhere. This is pretty cheap for weekly stays. I'm just trying to verify.
Is this your unrivaled experience with bookings talking, or you're throwing darts? What is the total out-of-pocket?

Without your explanation, they're clearly charging $49 "membership" to start. Then you're quoted a "rate", which is apparently not inclusive of taxes, resort fees and possibly other charges/conditions like attendance of presentation, or something else; it's not clear whether you are allowed (or required?) to book certain time in advance - but it goes without saying non-cancellable. Likely all-important black-outs!! How did you arrive at conclusion that these rates are "cheap"? I'm, for example, currently holding a certificate for $0.00 price of one-week stay, valid thru the end of this year. And many resort suites (up to 2- 3-bedroom) are eligible under my certificate, and my certificate is fully transferable - anyone can book 1-week stay! Now, $0.00 is definitely cheap
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Firstly, where is my referral link if this spam, secondly why didn't I post a website. Some people can be so... Thirdly, if you look at my post history, never mind this is too exhausting. Continue to pay full price while I screen shot these prices.

I didn't quote you so it wasn't you I was referring to nor this thread! So I don't understand why you are mad. I was answering to what the person I am quoting is saying (on why his posts were taken in the wrong way as he was trying to quote for prices for disney travels and no, its not in this thread either). So when I said "when you signed up here in SD" I was referring to the poster I quoted in answer to his query. See what the poster above mine said.
http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=78920512&postcount=5

Chill!
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Is this your unrivaled experience with bookings talking, or you're throwing darts? What is the total out-of-pocket?

Without your explanation, they're clearly charging $49 "membership" to start. Then you're quoted a "rate", which is apparently not inclusive of taxes, resort fees and possibly other charges/conditions like attendance of presentation, or something else; it's not clear whether you are allowed (or required?) to book certain time in advance - but it goes without saying non-cancellable. Likely all-important black-outs!! How did you arrive at conclusion that these rates are "cheap"? I'm, for example, currently holding a certificate for $0.00 price of one-week stay, valid thru the end of this year. And many resort suites (up to 2- 3-bedroom) are eligible under my certificate, and my certificate is fully transferable - anyone can book 1-week stay! Now, $0.00 is definitely cheap
Care to give the details, because $0.00 is better than $49.00 no matter how you spin it.
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Last edited by crystalrichie1 October 23, 2015 at 07:36 PM
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Hey, why r u saying $49?? Isn't $49 just one up-front in your case, and u still have to pay huge price for your stay???
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