New Year’s Eve is probably one of the priciest nights of the year to stay at hotels in many cities.
Last year we considered using an IHG Anniversary Free Night on NYE in NYC which would’ve got us a free room which would’ve cost close to $2,000 for the night! (Find out what we used our IHG Free Night on here.)
If you’d like to spend New Year’s Eve celebrating at a hotel but don’t want to spend the points or cash it might cost, one hotel chain is giving away 500 free rooms on New Years Eve in five cities! I came across this interesting promo thanks to an article from Frommer’s. Continue reading 500 FREE Hotel Rooms Being Given Away for NYE in NYC & 4 European Cities
With New Year’s Eve being a crazy night for drinking and partying, Uber’s Surge Pricing was bound to make an appearance.
The thing I’ll say is that Uber did a good job sending out e-mails and letting customers know in advance about the coming surge.
I decided to write a post about this as a warning, BEWARE: Uber Surge Pricing Tonight, New Year’s Eve. Continue reading Uber Surge Pricing on NYE, Should Riders Be Annoyed?
I started putting together a post this morning to Beware of Uber Surge Pricing for tonight since its New Year’s Eve and then what do you know…
Soon after I left for work, an e-mail arrived in my inbox from Uber with the subject “Read Before You Ride: How To Avoid Expensive Fares On New Year’s”.
(Check out last year’s post: Uber Reminder About Surge Pricing For New Year’s Eve.)
Uber’s Surge Pricing has caused many debates over whether it is fair or ethical in some ways. Many people love the service and the fact that a car (if you’re willing to pay) can just about always be found. Continue reading BEWARE: Uber Surge Pricing Tonight, New Years Eve