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How to Get the Lowest Rate on Your Hotel Room

Consumers looking to get away this summer for a little R&R without breaking the bank can do just that--if they are willing to put in a little work."The traveler who can do the most research wins," says Brooke Ferencsik, director of communications at TripAdvisor.For many trips, the lodging accommodations tend to be a major budget eater, and finding the best hotel price depends on the destination, season and hotel availability.Even though the experts say the best time to book your flight for domestic travel is 21 to 35 days before you depart, if you're comfortable with a hotel rate, no matter how far out you are from your travel dates, book it, recommends Maria Katime, spokesperson for KAYAK. "Hotel rates are not as volatile as airfare."To help reduce hotel costs to make your summer vacation more affordable, experts offer the following tips:Know when to look. As a general rule, hotel rates drop closer to check-in date, says Sarah Keeling, director of public relations at Expedia, but ther...

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