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If you are planning your wedding right now, one of the important stuff you may overlook is hotel reservations for your honeymoon.
Wedding budget is definitely tight (unless you are really rich!) and couples are mostly looking for the lowest rate they can find.
In the midst of busyness, hotel reservation seemed to become among the last priorities due to the reason that honeymoon is after the wedding.
“So who cares what is after the wedding? Lets settle what is to be done till the wedding” – this is what most brides and grooms will think.
What about those who have suddenly awakened and realised that they should book their hotels for their honeymoons?
Looking at the hundreds of hotel booking sites, printing them out to compare the rates are good ways to be overwhelmed and become lost.
Don’t forget you have a million and other to-do tasks on your wedding to-do list!
In fact, there is no need to go through this hassle of browsing all the hundred sites to get the best bargain.
Here are 3 ways you can do it – stress free.
If you are planning your honeymoon to Singapore, you can compare the rates over 30 major sites at once. I was just a moment ago searching for available hotels in Singapore and within 5 seconds, a result of 193 hotels showed up.
I am impressed.
Lets say you know the name of the hotel, you can do a hotel search and get the lowest rate at a click of your finger.
In fact for us, we had our wedding in Holiday Inn Park View and we should have found this page on the hotel rates and book the room online.
It could have been cheaper than rate we got from the hotel.
I just couldn’t believe my friend got his room rate from ebay.com – an online market place where most people think is only for trading physical goods.
He found someone who is offering some hotel vouchers he got from a lucky draw and this guy is auctioning on ebay for half the price of its value.
It is definitely a good bargain.
When I told my wife this, she was very surprised too and actually went to ebay.com to take a look.
3. Book really early…really really
If you know your honeymoon is going to fall in a peak season, do not book around that period.
Peak season is normally during the school break in June and December.
So let’s say your honeymoon is in December this year, book in by May.
You can benefit by not paying more than you should and getting the hotels that you want.
So travel smart and save smart.
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