When people go on vacation they have one thing on their mind, getting the most bang for their buck. I can’t blame them, I was just in New York City for three days because of Winter Storm Juno, while I got a great rate at the Yotel (not a typo) – other hotel prices were through the roof!
Before you jet off to your next destination, try these lodging hacks:
1. Hotel Tonight app. If you’re feeling last minute, download the Hotel Tonight app and look for a hotel in the city you’re going to be in. When hotel rooms aren’t selling, the property has to occupy the rooms otherwise they aren’t generating revenue. That’s when hotels puts their rooms on Hotel Tonight at a heavily reduced rate. If you see a hotel that you think is a good deal, grab it because they don’t last long. Use this promo code for $25 off your first Hotel Tonight booking – DPARKER173.
The promo code is the gift that keeps on giving because you’ll get one too and you can share it to help your friends save money. 
2. AirBNB. So this is a fairly new concept that allows you to rent a house, condo, room or even share a room. I know what you’re thinking: it’s weird staying in someone else’s house. It’s really not. Plus, everyone is vetted with state or federal issued identification and through Facebook and Google.
I’ve used AirBNB three times and never had a problem. We rented a condo on Miami Beach, a townhouse in Midtown Atlanta and most recently a room in New York City. All the experiences were flawless and it saved me a lot of money.
In NYC I rented a room for $30 per night, the cheapest hotel was $199. In Atlanta, I rented a townhouse for $99 a night. There are plenty of good deals to be had on AirBNB that are totally safe. You can get a complimentary $25 AirBNB credit by clicking here.
AirBNB lets you read the reviews before booking a property and correspond with the landlord.
3. BetterBidding. This website has saved me a lot of money over the years, in fact, it saved me over $100 per night in Boston recently. The website works in conjunction with Hotwire and Priceline, where the hotel isn’t r

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