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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Brooklyn, New York - Days Inn Brooklyn

The Days Inn Brooklyn is a 43-room hotel located approximately 5 miles from Manhattan, 13 miles from La Guardia International Airport, and only 3 blocks from the subway station.

Hotel Address: 437 39th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Competitor Website:

Sample Dates: Here are some: 4/4, 5/30, 7/4, 8/15
It appears that you can claim many dates during Spring and Summer!

Click here to check the Days Inn rates for your specific dates ...
then compare with rates listed for this Days Inn on

Occupancy: 2 Persons

Room Details: 1 Queen Bed (smk or nsmk)

Rate variation: For sample dates listed: $127 / Days Inn- $143.65 NR ... $169 Best Available
(1 Queen - smoking) $129 / Days Inn- $143.65 NR ... $169 Best Available
(1 Queen - non smoking)

Special Comments: Hotel amenities include:
continental breakfast & free USA Today newspaper / limited on-site parking & some street parking / free high-speed internet / all rooms have a refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer & work desk / interior corridors

Click here to read Tripadvisor reviews of this property

Click here to visit the hotel's official website.

Please remember to follow up and let us know if this BRG worked for you. Simply comment on this post! Thanks!


Anonymous said...

Not available anymore for some sample dates

Skylab said...

Did not work because the nonrefundable rate was cheaper. :/

Dave @ The BRG Blog said...

They changed their rates shortly after our post. The Wyndham staff monitors this blog like crazy and once posted, act like madmen to get it off the internet. Such is life, and we're sorry this one didn't work out for everyone.

FreeRoomGuy said...

I think this is particularly true of New York BRGs or any location that is highly popular. Las Vegas and Anaheim also come to mind.

I love one reader's particular comment he made in an e-mail to us a few days ago ... he wondered why a claims representative would deny his BRG claim saying they were "unable to verify" the room type he booked to be the same as the one with the lower rate, and then the lower rate on that "supposedly different" room type would then disappear!

Hmmm, if the room types weren't a match, why would that lower rate suddenly go up immediately after being denied? Curious. They are obviously playing games!