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Bid unaffordable room-rates bye-bye

Bid. Bid. BAM! That beautiful Balinese villa you were wanting to book for your next holiday is not only yours, but you’ve saved a couple of hundred quid along the way – all within 72 hours. Booking accommodation online is now even simpler and more economical with myroombid.com, an online travel website that lets visitors bid directly with a hotel and nominate the rate they want to pay. Headed up by Luke and Andrew Veron, the website is about bidding, bargaining and saving money for the consumer in the end. Myroombid.com has launched Bali as the first destination to book online accommodation, and for very good reason considering that us Aussies are the largest source of foreign tourists to Bali with approximately 165,000 of us venturing across the sea to this destination each and every year. Myroombid boasts no mystery, no last minute rush, just bidding and winning. Visit http://www.myroombid.com for more information.

Make the most of a Myroombid.com room rate during the Ubud Writers Festival in Indonesia being held from 6 to 10 October. This year’s festival will feature Australian speakers such a Booker Prize winner Thomas Keneally and 2010 Booker nominee Christos Tsiolkas. Myroombid has properties in Ubud whose advertised rates start from just $54 through to luxury properties of $800 per night. Make a bid and be pleasantly surprised at the price you will achieve. Visit http://www.myroombid.com for more information.

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