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Old 18 Jan 20, 10:38 AM  
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I have double checked and still just have one price option, called Flex.
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Old 18 Jan 20, 10:56 AM  
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Iíve given up with their pricing now. August bank holiday Saturday Travelodge £44 , as we fly from the South terminal we just hop the shuttle from the hotel direct to the correct terminal doors rather than get across the road and drag the cases on and off the monorail . Itís actually just as easy if not easier.
I canít see any benefit in holding on to see if PI drop in price. Travelodge is slightly nicer too as itís more recently renovated, some of the PI rooms are very tired.

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Iíve given up with their pricing now. August bank holiday Saturday Travelodge £44 , as we fly from the South terminal we just hop the shuttle from the hotel direct to the correct terminal doors rather than get across the road and drag the cases on and off the monorail . Itís actually just as easy if not easier.
I canít see any benefit in holding on to see if PI drop in price.
From what I have seen, PI have free WiFi and Travelodge charge which then gets more expensive for our dates in the travelodge
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Old 18 Jan 20, 12:31 PM  
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Iíve given up with their pricing now. August bank holiday Saturday Travelodge £44 , as we fly from the South terminal we just hop the shuttle from the hotel direct to the correct terminal doors rather than get across the road and drag the cases on and off the monorail . Itís actually just as easy if not easier.
I canít see any benefit in holding on to see if PI drop in price. Travelodge is slightly nicer too as itís more recently renovated, some of the PI rooms are very tired.
We stayed at the Travelodge Gatwick airport (Central), I thought it was excellent value for money, lovely rooms, very quiet, decent meals and a filling breakfast. We used the shuttle to the airport for our flight and that was great too, no complaints at all, as it drops off at each terminal.

eta - I recall though, after I'd booked the Travelodge (which I did as the PI's on airport were all too expensive in comparison) the PI North, and possibly one other PI on airport, came down in price and would have been comparable.

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I am looking for november PI 74 pound,
Hilton next door 82 pound but includes breakfast so for me better deal with meet and greet parking in the hilton car park.
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Sometimes if you leave your booking in the shopping basket for a few days, they sometimes give you an incentive discount to carry on with the booking.
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Still looking for 29th September. Price has risen the last 2 days from £112 to £119. 🤔 Prices seem to be getting a bit silly now.
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