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I know where and when I want to stay, but can anyone beat my best price so far? Place: Jury's Inn, Birmingham, UK When: 29th April 2006 How long: 1 night Rooms: 2 People: 2 (1 per room) My c…
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
I know where and when I want to stay, but can anyone beat my best price so far?

Place: Jury's Inn, Birmingham, UK
When: 29th April 2006
How long: 1 night
Rooms: 2
People: 2 (1 per room)

My cheapest price so far is £99.86 for both rooms. Anyone find a better deal?
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
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#1
From a quick whip round of all the sites I know, I don't think you'll find a better price. Birmingham Hotels state £98.00 all taxes included for 2 rooms. Don't think you get breakfast though! You're saving pennies though, not pounds unfortunately.

HTH
#2
sorry mate best i can find including full breakfast £124 inc all taxes and charges etc
#4
Ah but unfortunately the inclusion of taxes (which incidently are £15.86) brings the price to the one which moosey originally posted. So mine's still the cheapest ;)

Oh and the link works, but you can shorten it by typing [url=the web address] then a title and then a closing tag [/url]
#5
If you have a quidco account try Laterooms,

They have this hotel at £49.00 for a double room (double bed) or £49.00 for two double beds (family room) if you think you may want additional room (sleep walk to the other bed).

Both are en-suite, but are room only.

As quidco states they have 5% cash back, it works out slightly cheaper than the £98.00
#6
Thanks for that Ekktok, I wil try LateRooms.

Olivia, I thought I had found £42 as well at Expedia, only to find the taxes added on. D'oh! Thanks anyway for trying.
#7
Jury's dont tend to do discounting of rooms so id accept the price you found before it ends up getting booked up after all i dont think you can expect to get much better than you have already found!

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