Yes, you can get a refund on a nonrefundable hotel room. Here's how to do it.

Yes, you can get a refund on a nonrefundable hotel room. Here's how to do it.

Yes, you can get a refund on a nonrefundable hotel room. Here's how to do it. Look at your travel itinerary closely. Notice anything different? That's right, your hotel reservation may be totally nonrefundable. Yes, even during a pandemic. So if you have second thoughts about traveling, and want to get a refund on a nonrefundable hotel room, you might be out of luck. Sometimes, you don't even have a choice. Consider what happened to Liam Goodman. He booked a last-minute nonrefundable hotel room in New York from Priceline. When the property ran out of rooms and he had to stay in another hotel, Priceline pocketed his money. "Priceline says I never checked in and was a no-show," says Goodman, a photographer from Beacon, New York. ► USA TODAY Travel …
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