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Old 18 Jan 20, 06:27 AM  
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Prices do seem to fluctuate and get dearer the closer you get. We booked our room in October for this August. Cost £56 - it’s now £90, and I doubt it will come down.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 07:17 AM  
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Very rare to get it for £29 as it's in demand all the time.

It's a basic room but as long as it does what it needs to do I'm happy. I always look at other hotels and compare but if I am lucky enough to get a runway view again I will be happy though it may ge dark soon after I get there
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Old 18 Jan 20, 08:36 AM  
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When i booked our trip for next month back in April last year, i booked the Premier Inn Gatwick North at the same time on a cancellable rate of £51 for a family room. I used booking.com instead of the PI website as well.
Booking as far in advance as possible helps.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 08:55 AM  
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we paid about 70 pounds to stay there on December 22nd. We booked it on a whim (without any discount code) on December 21st to save us having to get up so early the next day.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 08:58 AM  
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Booking as far in advance as possible helps.
Has never helped me. I looked for December 2020 more than a year in advance and yesterday and it was over £100 and £70 respectively. Never seen a good PI rate.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 09:06 AM  
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we paid about 70 pounds to stay there on December 22nd. We booked it on a whim (without any discount code) on December 21st to save us having to get up so early the next day.
Should have added that was for a family room. Guess they are a bit dearer than a double? I just looked for a family room for same date this year 2020 and it's £62 on the PI website, so I didn't seem to get a good price by booking on the day! (which I thought might have been the case).
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Old 18 Jan 20, 09:15 AM  
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We booked last July for this May - cost £44.50 on the saver rate.
Just checked and if I booked now it would be £69 on semi flex rate so not a huge difference.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 09:24 AM  
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We booked last July for this May - cost £44.50 on the saver rate.
Just checked and if I booked now it would be £69 on semi flex rate so not a huge difference.
How do you get “saver rates”? I have never seen that option.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 10:27 AM  
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They have changed the wording, now you have a choice of Flex or Non Flex.
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I have booked a semi flex with the hope the price drops with a non flex when we get closer to our stay. I will then book a non flex and cancel the semi flex if it works that way.
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