Hack lets you book super cheap ‘mystery holiday’ deals – but know exactly where you’re going

A TRAVELER has revealed how he’s saving money on hotels by booking ‘mystical vacation deals’ without it being a secret at all.

Sites like Priceline and Hotwire have deals with hotels that allow them to sell empty rooms to travelers at bargain prices.

Jay recommends booking deals through mystery websites to save money on hotels


Jay recommends booking deals through mystery websites to save money on hotelsPhoto credit: tiktok

However, guests often don’t know which hotel they’ve booked until they’ve paid for the room, which can discourage people from getting a cheap stay.

However, there are ways to find out which hotel they’re booking before they’ve paid – one of which was revealed by Tiktoker traveltipswithjay.

In a video, Jay revealed he has a Chrome extension that shows exactly which hotel he will be staying at when browsing mystery deal sites.

The extension is called Travelarrow – and it’s easy to install.

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Just search for the Travelarrow extension and then follow the instructions.

Once the extension is installed, as you cycle through surprise hotels, the name of the hotel will appear at the top of the screen.

Jay can then look at the hotel on other booking sites to find out how much he saved.

In the video, he said: “If you pay full price for hotels, you will be ripped off.

“Instead, book mystery hotels on Priceline and Hotwire, where rooms are discounted up to 60 percent, and then use this Chrome extension called Travelarrow to find out the name of that very hotel.

“On Priceline, these mystery hotels are called ‘Express Deals,’ and this four-star hotel is 46 percent cheaper.”

The hotel Jay is looking at is available for $235 (£206.70) – but remains an unknown location via the booking site until he pays for it.

However, he can use the extension to find out which hotel it is.

He continues: “The Travelarrow extension appears and reveals the exact hotel name.

“The same hotel on Expedia is $439 (£386). So you save over $200 (£175).”

The video has been viewed almost 3 million times and many people have been impressed by his hack.

One wrote: “I work for a large hotel company in IT and the Mystery Deals are the only good deals on these sites.

“If it’s not a mysterious deal, you definitely overpaid.”

Another said: “I love you bro! Thank you for downloading this extension now.”

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The extension saved Jay around £175 on his hotel booking


The extension saved Jay around £175 on his hotel bookingPhoto credit: tiktok

https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/20134004/cheap-mystery-hotel-extension-hack/ Hack lets you book super cheap ‘mystery holiday’ deals – but know exactly where you’re going


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