A few years back, I had plans to meet up with some friends in another city. I made my hotel reservation two months ahead of time (a rarity for me), and generally felt pretty smug about how prepared I was. That is, until I discovered that a friend who’d booked after me had paid less. As it turns out, hotel rates, like plane tickets, fluctuate—and sometimes better deals pop up later in the game.
Earlier today, the technology company Service proposed a fix to this dilemma: It’ll monitor the rate of your hotel reservation, and if it decreases, will automatically rebook it for you. (Thus rendering you the smuggest of all.)
Read the full article at Lifehacker