Travel Website of the Week: DreamCheaper

DreamCheaperDo you ever lay in your hotel bed wondering if you paid a much higher rate than the people in the room nextdoor? If so, here’s a cool new website that promises that you’ll never lose sleep over your rate again: Germany-based DreamCheaper.

Here’s how it works: DreamCheaper encourages guests to forward their hotel confirmation to The site then creates an account with your email and then sends you a confirmation email to register. Then, you just forward the confirmation from any hotel you book in the world (as long as, and this is important, the hotel policy lets you cancel for free). DreamCheaper will then continuously compare prices, rebooking and canceling your old reservation as better prices turn up. If they find a better deal they will charge you up to 20% of the savings they saved you. You get to choose the percentage!

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Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet
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1 Comment on "Travel Website of the Week: DreamCheaper"

  1. Sounds a lot like what Auto Slash does for car rentals. Wouldn’t be surprised if there was some tie-in.

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