Hotels.com Users File Class Action Lawsuit Against Hotels.com Over Price Match Guarantee.
A class action lawsuit has reportedly been filed against Hotels.com, LP (“Hotels.com” or “Defendant”) in the District Court of Dallas County Texas (captioned Kaylen M. Silverberg v. Hotels.com, LP, Class Action Case No. 12-01819) alleging, among other things, that Hotels.com, a leading provider of hotel accommodations worldwide offering reservation services through www.hotels.com, failed to comply with the Hotels.com Price Match Guarantee by allegedly failing to refund certain hotels.com users who booked rooms the full difference between lower available rates online for the same dates, hotel and room category, according to the Hotels.com price match guarantee class action lawsuit complaint.
The Hotels.com price match guarantee class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of a proposed class consisting of all Hotels.com users who, within the past four (4) years requested, but did not receive, a Price Match Guarantee equal to the difference between (1) the full rate paid to Hotels.com; and (2) a lower publicly available rate online for the same dates, hotel and room category.
The Hotels.com price match guarantee class action lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts claims for, among other things, alleged breach of contract, unjust enrichment or restitution, money had and received and implied contract.
The Hotels.com price match guarantee class action lawsuit complaint reportedly seeks, among other things, declaratory relief, restitution, actual damages, pre-judgment interest, post-judgment interest and attorneys’ fees and expenses.
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