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Spend $200 get $50 credit at Tripfuel.com AMEX Credit

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My Blue Cash card has a offer for spend $200 get a $50 statement credit at Tripfuel.com. They are a hotel search website and a subsidiary of Priceline and prices seem competitive. Must purchase through tripfuel.com\amexoffer.
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Created 05-22-2018 at 06:23 AM by Modxplus
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I don't really get the point of these sites that seem to do exactly the same thing that a dozen other sites do. This one seems especially terrible and the rates are actually worse than going directly through the hotels themselves, at least the few I checked. The site is currently broken for me, with this error - "Availability of this room changed when we reached out to finalize the reservation."
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2 midweek nights in Vegas.
The CB covers the resort fees.
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I don't really get the point of these sites that seem to do exactly the same thing that a dozen other sites do. This one seems especially terrible and the rates are actually worse than going directly through the hotels themselves, at least the few I checked. The site is currently broken for me, with this error - "Availability of this room changed when we reached out to finalize the reservation."
It's for expanding their user base with branding. Most people think these are all competing companies when they are all only a few companies.

Think Fox news and fox business. It's basically all Fox news.
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i checked for a hotel I'm staying next month in florida...i booked months ago, but still, it's over $200 more per night
the only way this could make sense is if you expense it and are ok with paying extra so you get a giftcard and extra points Stick Out Tongue
(not saying anyone should do it)
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It's for expanding their user base with branding. Most people think these are all competing companies when they are all only a few companies.

Think Fox news and fox business. It's basically all Fox news.
they also run different kinds of promos. i.e. expedia does points, hotels does one night free after 10, etc. coupons also vary
but at least expedia/travelocity/hotels.com I think are all the same
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This is interesting - looks like priceline set up an entire website just for Amex offer customers. Apart from tracking, why would they bother?
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This is interesting - looks like priceline set up an entire website just for Amex offer customers. Apart from tracking, why would they bother?
"the illusion of choice" Smilie
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I found hotel price on TripFuel is about $50 higher than TripAdvisor. At least for the location I looked
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this is a jump and a shout
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came here thinking I'd get $50 back after buying a $200 gas card... ehhhh (-_- ")p
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Easy money especially for us that book hotels for work travel.
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