Priceline bids- the Negotiator slashes prices
This is the deal that makes Priceline famous- price bid.
Priceline bid on cruises, hotel and airfare lets you bid on your travel booking. Or, you can name your own price. Find out more at Priceline.com to start saving more today with Priceline's Big Deal Days!
Priceline customers have saved more than $6 billion on their travel purchases by bidding and negotiating for extra discounts on travel reservations. As an authorized affiliate for Priceline.com, Entertainment Magazine is able to post links to unadvertised offers for our visitors. Priceline lets you negotiate or "Name Your Own Price ®" for your entire travel, or bid on youre hotel or car rental.
Watch The Negotiator in action! See video clips of The Negotiator William Shatner and learn some of his logistical skills to save money with Priceline.
Priceline Bidding & Search Options
Negotiate: Name Your Own Price
If you can be flexible when you travel, Priceline negotiation can save you up to 40% or more on your hotel rooms and airline tickets, and up to 25% or more on your rental cars, compared to the other leading travel sites.
Priceline lets you bid on travel deals on top name hotels, car rentals and airlines. Search published bids or name your own price for a hotel to save up to 50%.
Special Deals & Packages
Priceline.com posts unadvertised deals on special offers for a limited time. Browse today's top deals from Priceline.com on vacation packages.
No More Flight Booking Fees on Priceline
In his never ending quest to save you even more money on travel, the Price Negotiator has decided to permanently eliminate airline ticket booking fees on all domestic and international published fares.
Save on airline tickets over leading sites like Expedia, Travelocity, and Orbitz even when you don't want to Name Your Own Price ®. (Note that booking fees still apply when you Name Your Own Price ®).
With low prices and more choices, Priceline makes it easier to save money on airfare, plus there are no booking fees. Priceline does not offer promo codes for discounts. Instead of using promotional codes or coupons, Priceline lets you bid on your own price and does not charge booking fees on published flights. Find out more about Priceline Low Air Fare: NO priceline Booking fees on ALL published Airfare!
Priceline Last Minute Deals
Priceline is the online price leader for last-minute trips. The biggest names in travel use Priceline to sell last-minute seats on airplanes, fill empty hotel rooms and cruise ship cabins and move unused rental cars - all at huge discounts. Save up to 60% if you name your own price. Priceline bids will save you hundreds of dollars when you take advantage of Priceline Last-Minute Hotel Deals!
How Priceline can lower its fees
Priceline travel tips
Looking for a specific flight, hotel, rental car, or vacation package? No problem. Just tell Priceline what you want and they search through thousands of published itineraries and prices.
Priceline is the only place where you can shop and compare from over 60,000 hotels around the world and select your exact hotel and price - or - Name Your Own Price® and save even more!
With Priceline's Best Price and Quality Guarantee, you can be sure you're getting the lowest rate at top-notch hotels - even at the last minute!
Priceline does not use promo codes or coupons. Instead, they have a choice of ways to save when you plan your own travel details.
Priceline instantly displays an easy-to-compare product and pricing chart. Choose what works for you. They do all the work so you can find exactly what you want in seconds.
This is a sampling of the ways you can save big by purchasing your travel through the priceline.com web site. Links for each section take you to the appropriate Priceline department.
When Priceline launched its Price Negotiator travel campaign starring William Shatner, of StarTrek and Boston Legal fame, they had no idea that it would take on such a life of its own.
In an effort to boost its visibility into the crowded online travel network, the satirical commercials portray Shatner as an eerie cross between his past and present television characters.