Definition of rack rate in English:

rack rate

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The official or advertised price of a hotel room, on which a discount is usually negotiable: many hotels have upped their rack rate so they can continue to give monumental discounts
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  • Hotels may try to convince you that the rack rate is their typical room rate, but it's not.
  • The hotel's rack rate is $275 that can be negotiated as low as $80 including meals.
  • The normal rack rate for 2002 has been determined at N $600-00 per person per day, also for bed & breakfast in shared accommodation.

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