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A reservation came into ThinkReservations from Expedia, but there was no credit card on file and/or no deposit was charged. How is this possible?

When an Expedia Hotel Collect reservation is made, Expedia does not verify the credit card. Rather, Expedia checks whether or not it appears to be a credit card number. Then Expedia sends the reservation information to ThinkReservations and it is created in your account. It is not until the reservation is confirmed and brought through the ThinkReservations Channel Manager that the credit card information is sent to your processor to validate the card and if applicable, charge the deposit. If your payment processor finds that the card is not valid, or if the charge is declined, the following will occur automatically:

ThinkReservations sends you an email stating this Expedia reservation came through with an invalid card.

You have some options in these cases:

  • Log into Expedia Partner Central, open up the reservation to view the card details, and attempt to manually retain the card again into ThinkReservations.
  • Call the guest to ask for a different card and run it in ThinkReservations while they're on the phone.
  • Locate the reservation in your Expedia Partner Central account and cancel it (click on the link indicating invalid credit card). Anytime a reservation is canceled on Expedia, it is automatically canceled in ThinkReservations. With Expedia, you can cancel/reject a reservation within 72 hours after the reservation was made. After 72 hours you can cancel in ThinkReservations and then reconcile the commissions with Expedia.

*Please note: ThinkReservations cannot alert our clients that the credit card number was updated by the Expedia guest after they booked. There may be times where you'll check the reservation and see that there is, in fact, a credit card retained and a deposit paid. No further action is needed.

I received an Expedia reservation that should have included additional guest fees, however, the guest was not charged accordingly. How did this happen?

This can occur if additional child guest fees or max occupancy is not set correctly in your Expedia account. Expedia receives information from ThinkReservations regarding additional guest fees for adults only.  Expedia does not receive information from ThinkReservations regarding additional child guest fees or max occupancy. If these are not configured in your Expedia account, the following example can occur: 

A guest makes a single night reservation for 2 adults and 1 child to stay in a room that is normally $150 per night, double occupancy. The additional child fee is configured in ThinkReservations as $50 per child, per night. Because additional child guest fees were not configured in Expedia, the guest was able to make the reservation for $150. When the reservation is received with a total paid for 3 guests of $150, ThinkReservations will allocate $50 for the child. The result will appear as if the room rate were $100 and the additional guest fee was $50, as intended, for the total price of $150.

In order to prevent this, and other potential policy inconsistencies it is important to make sure all of the following are configured in your Expedia account, as this information is not synced:

  • Cancellation policy
  • Reservation deposit policy
  • Meal plan
  • Minimum notice for online reservations
  • Maximum Occupancy
  • Extra guest fees for children
  • Room photos and descriptions

 You can set up the child fees within Expedia Partner Central. Please reach out to Expedia if you need assistance setting this up.

Why is the room rate on a reservation wrong?
Below are some common scenarios where a reservation from Expedia has a room rate lower than expected.
  • There are children in the reservation and Additional guest fees are wrong or not set up correctly on the Expedia account. For example, a reservation’s room rate is lower exactly by the amount set aside for the additional guest fee. You can fix this by setting up additional child fees from within the Expedia Extranet. Expedia support can also help you set this up.
  • A promotion has affected the price. If a guest qualifies for a promotion, the rate of the reservation will be lower. This can be verified in the reservation in Expedia. For example, a reservation seems to be 10% lower than what you expected, because there is a “Fenced MOD” promotion applied to the reservation. If you notice an inconsistency with pricing in your Expedia reservations, you should log in to your Expedia account and first, verify if there are currently any promotions set. You can disable these from within your Expedia account settings.
  • A Yield Management plan adjusted the price of the reservation. You can check to see if you have automatic rate adjustment rules by going to the “General Information” tab in the rate type(s) associated with Expedia and checking the YIELD MANAGEMENT PLAN box.
  • There is an Item in the rate type(s) you have associated with Expedia. Adding items such a breakfast or a cleaning fee is not supported.
  • The reservation is Expedia Collect. This means that Expedia collected the amount from the guest and will remit it to you upon their check-in date (either via direct deposit or Expedia Virtual Card). Expedia Collect reservations will display the Net Rate in ThinkReservations to reflect the payout your property will receive after Expedia has withheld their commission, rather than the Sale Rate that the guest paid for the room.
  • There is a discrepancy in your OTA Rate. Keep in mind that in ThinkReservations, each Rate Type is independent. If you’ve recently adjusted your Best Available Rate pricing, you’ll want to make sure to review all other rate types, including your OTA Rate, and adjust those, as well, if applicable.
  • Expedia incorrectly thinks taxes are included in the base rate we send. To verify: Log into your Expedia Partner Central Account, Navigate to Rooms and Rates > Rates and Availability, and look at the top of the page.
    • If it says that the rates include tax, you will need to call or email Expedia to have them adjust your tax settings so they are exclusive, not inclusive of the rate we send.
What is "Fenced MOD"?

The Fenced MOD or "Fenced Booking Percentage is the Fenced Members Only Deal. It is “Fenced” because only guests that have signed up for Expedia's loyalty program and are logged in while searching can view it. You would never be able to see the discount on a major search engine or even on Expedia if not signed up and logged in. A 10% Fenced Members Only Deal is included in most of Expedia's agreements, but the hotel partners can pause it or add blackout dates. The property will need to reach out to a Market Management Team at Expedia to do this. Most of the deals are packaged when the guest book airfare, train, or car rental at the same time as their overnight accommodations.

However, guests that book with this do tend to stay longer and cancel less often. Offering this also boosts the hotel’s sort and guests that are members can filter to only see properties that are offering it, so it ensures that the property won’t get filtered out. Properties that are near Airport generally gain the most benefit.
What is synced through the ThinkReservations Channel Manager to Expedia?
The ThinkReservations channel manager sends the following information to Expedia as part of our connection:
  • Open/Closed Room availability
  • Room Rates - Occupancy based, per adult
  • Minimum Nights
  • Maximum Nights
  • Closed on Arrival
  • Closed on Departure

The above are all controlled from the Rates & Restrictions tab of your OTA(S) rate in ThinkReservations. Expedia sends information to ThinkReservations about bookings when they happen or when they are updated or canceled.

What is not synced through the ThinkReservations Channel Manager to Expedia?
The ThinkReservations Channel Manager only sends rates, availability, and restrictions. Everything else is controlled on the Expedia side, including... (This is not an exhaustive list.)
  • Deposit Policy
  • Cancellation Policy
  • Room details
  • Bed configuration
  • Room photos
  • Property photos
  • Max room occupancy
  • Pricing Model (Needs to be Occupancy Based Pricing)
  • Business Model (like Hotel Collect or Expedia Collect)
  • Rate Plans and Rate Plan details
  • Min and Max day notice for online reservations
  • Taxes
  • Service charges, cleaning fees, resort fees, etc.
  • Smoking policy
  • Pet friendliness or policies
  • Etc. – Some settings you can verify and change in your EPC, others Expedia will need to verify and/or change for you. Expedia support will help you if you have questions.
There are a lot of setting in Expedia. It's important to note that they are not controlled, limited, or visible by ThinkReservations. Your connection to ThinkReservations will not affect these settings. For questions on setting or managing any of the above, please reach out to Expedia support.
Expedia reservations don't show the guest’s real email address. How can I send them my confirmation and reminder emails?
If you would like to have Expedia send the guest’s real email address, you can request this information from Expedia. Expedia considers the guest’s real email “sensitive guest information” and in order for this to be passed along to you, it must be first approved by Expedia. You must reach out directly to Expedia to request this to be enabled for your account.  It’s actually a slim chance that Expedia will enable this for you but it’s definitely worth asking. 

You may notice that Expedia reservations have an email alias the ends in This email address is not allowed to be used by ThinkReservations at this time. You can click the email address in ThinkReservations and email the guest directly from your own email program if the address you are sending from is the email you use to log in to Expedia or an authorized address. Please reach out to Expedia support for more on this. 

In Expedia Partner Central you can set up email rules to send the guests that have booked through Expedia one or several emails similar to how you set up email rules in ThinkReservations. We recommend you set this up if you are not able to get the guest’s real email address so your guests know important information that you would need to communicate to them.

 ThinkReservations understands that it's important to have the contact information for your guests, so we suggest reaching out to the guest directly to update the guest file. One way you can do this is by creating a new email template in your ThinkReservations account that can be sent to guests after you see their Expedia reservation come through. We have a sample that we think you'll find really helpful to get you started, located here: Expedia Information Request Email

If you need a refresher on creating new email templates, please click here: Create a New Email Template or Submit a ticket and let us know you'd like the Expedia Info Request Template set up.

If you also connect with through ThinkReservations, you may find setting up a similar template for those reservations just as helpful!

What happens when an Expedia reservation is canceled or needs to be canceled?
If you cancel the reservation in ThinkReservations, nothing happens on the Expedia side. This is because Expedia doesn’t allow ThinkReservations to cancel a reservation or make any changes to the reservation. Guests should cancel their reservation through the channel where it was originally made. When a guest cancels via Expedia (or the Expedia site they used) several actions occur:
  1. Expedia alerts ThinkReservations
  2. The reservation is then canceled in ThinkReservations
  3. ThinkReservations will notify you of the cancellation via email. Please open the reservation in ThinkReservations and review it.
  4. For Hotel Collect reservations, if a refund is due, it is vital you issue the refund to avoid a potential charge-back.

If an Expedia guest calls you directly to cancel, it is important that you have the guest cancel with Expedia. Expedia gives you no control to cancel reservations after 72 hours, and before the check-in date. If they do not, you will still be charged the commission because the reservation was still active on the Expedia side. You can ask Expedia to reach out to the guest to cancel the reservation as well. 

Please note

If you mark the reservation as a no-show, you must manually cancel the reservation in ThinkReservations. This is because while Expedia notifies ThinkReservations of cancellations, Expedia does not tell ThinkReservations about no-shows.

I received an email from Expedia about this canceled reservation, but ThinkReservations didn't tell me/why is the reservation still active in Think?

This occurs when a reservation was made prior to your connection with ThinkReservations' channel manager. ThinkReservations does not have a direct connection to those imported reservations and therefore the reservation will remain active in Think. You should login to your Expedia account to verify the details, look up the reservation in your ThinkReservations account, properly cancel the bill, and add any applicable cancellation fees or refunds.

If a reservation is marked as a "no-show" by you or your staff on Expedia, it will need to be manually updated in ThinkReservations as Expedia doesn’t consider a no-show a cancellation and therefore doesn’t tell ThinkReservations.

What should I do when a guest wants to modify their existing Expedia reservation?

As with cancellations, it is important that guests modify their reservation in Expedia. If changes are only made through ThinkReservations, the reservation will revert back next time a sync is completed. This is why you should never modify an OTA reservation. Please ask the guest to update their reservation with Expedia or the Expedia site where they booked. If they wish to extend their reservation, we recommend that you create a new, separate reservation in ThinkReservations for the extended days. Alternatively, you can request that the guest cancel their reservation through Expedia and make the revised reservation direct with you. This has the added benefit of saving you from paying commissions.

Any additional items, amenities, or nights they may purchase should be charged in a separate bill from their OTA reservation. You can use the reservation notes such as Special Accommodations to note the other invoice that has the guest's charges on it. This will ensure you are not paying a commission for items or services not brought to ThinkReservations via the channel manager and that the charges won't be lost if the reservation is updated. Notes are not cleared when a reservation updates, but additional items you add to an OTA reservation might be cleared during the next update.

Why isn't my listing showing up on Expedia partner sites?

As long as your listing is showing up accurately on, the connection from the ThinkReservations side is working correctly. You will need to contact Expedia support if you are experiencing any issues with their partner sites, such as, which requires separate signup.

For Trivago, you will need to contact them or Expedia directly to set up your listing.

I have Room Types in ThinkReservations. Am I required to sell all rooms within a room type on Expedia?

No! We have the ability to select the Room Type to map and then choose which of those rooms you’d like to make available. If you wish to map individual rooms, you can still do this or a combination. There is lots of flexibility here.

Please Note: If a unit's Room Settings in ThinkReservation is marked with any of these options then the unit will not be bookable with the ThinkReservations Channel Manager:
How can I control how far out a guest can book?
You can control this in Expedia Partner Central. It’s set per room, per rate plan. If you don’t set this in Expedia, guests will be able to book as far out as your synced Rate Type allows, as opposed to what you have set in the ThinkReservations booking engine. Alternatively, if you do not set a maximum, you can utilize a Yield Management plan to increase the rates for reservations booked far in advance. This is the preferred method so that you don’t turn away guests that want to book in advance, and if they do, they have to book at a premium set by you. Even if the price is double, it’s better than telling the guest they cannot book. You aren’t forcing them to pay a higher price, but if you prevent the booking, you are forcing them to book elsewhere.
Why was a reservation made through Expedia not created in ThinkReservations?
We will email you when this happens if we are not able to fix it automatically. The most common reason why this occurs is due to an occupancy discrepancy. The maximum occupancy allowed for each room in Expedia needs to be less than or equal to the maximum occupancy allowed in ThinkReservations. You should review all occupancy settings within both accounts to verify. If a reservation is made through Expedia with higher occupancy than the room setting in ThinkReservations allows, the reservation cannot be created.
If I have a minimum night restriction set in my OTA Rate Type, how was it possible that I received a reservation through Expedia for a shorter stay?

If you have a minimum night setting on the first night of the reservation, that is the only minimum that is required to be met with an Arrival-based method. For example, if you have a 2-night minimum on Friday, and a 4 night minimum on Saturday, a guest can book Friday and Saturday because the met the 2-night minimum on the arrival date, Friday. Expedia supports the ability for you to have either Minimum Nights Through OR Minimum Nights on Arrival set for your account, but not both. You will need to work with your Expedia Market Manager or Market Management Team to ensure your Expedia account is set for the type of restriction you want to use. However, if you use a stay-through-based method it can prevent guests from booking available rooms because of a different restriction Expedia has: Maximum Nights.

If you use room types with multiple rooms in ThinkReservations, we recommend your Expedia account be set up for a stay-through-based method. If you sell rooms individually, we recommend an arrival-based method, but be aware of the limitations.

I would like to change a resort fee or add an item to the OTA Rate Type in ThinkReservations. Can I do this?
Yes, however, all items must be replicated in Expedia as well as ThinkReservations. For instance, let's say you would like a $50 resort fee to be charged for every Expedia reservation. The $50 Resort Fee must be created in your ThinkReservations Item Settings, then added to your OTA rate type's General Information page. The $50 Resort Fee must also be added to your account in your Expedia Partner Central. Both ThinkReservations and Expedia must have this resort fee configured for your guests to expect it and for it to be added to their bill. If you need assistance adding the item or fee to your Expedia account, please reach out to your Expedia Market Manager. If you need assistance adding it to ThinkReservations, let us know.
Taxes are changing for my property. Do I need to update Expedia?

Yes, for taxes to be handled correctly, make sure that all taxes are configured in your Expedia Partner Central.

Properties participating in Expedia Collect or Expedia Travler Preference will have their taxes collected and remitted by Expedia for Expedia Collect reservations sometimes. Hotel Collect reservations will not have their taxes collected and remitted by Expedia. Expedia collects and remits taxes for some states or counties, see below if Expedia is collecting in your area. Below is a tax chart (up to date as of August 7th, 2019). For more information, please reach out to Expedia. If you don’t see your state or area listed, Expedia is likely not remitting the listed taxes on your behalf. Double-check with Expedia for an updated list of Special Tax Situations.


Tax Start Date



July 1, 2015

USD 5.00 per night tax is implemented for all hotels in Georgia. This tax applies to bookings made on and after July 1, 2015. The tax doesn’t apply to bookings made before July 1, 2015, regardless of stay dates.


May 1, 2018

Short-term and vacation rental properties in Idaho State don’t need to invoice sales and occupancy taxes on Expedia Collect bookings for specific Expedia Group brands. See this list of brands that pay the taxes directly to state and local authorities.


If you receive a sales- or occupancy-related tax request from any property type in Idaho, create a JIRA ticket for Revenue Management as described in Submit a JIRA Ticket to Hotel Tax Update. The Price Quality Compliance team will research the property and forward the request to the Hotel Tax team as needed. For more details, see About Idaho Taxes (Short-Term and Vacation Rental Properties Only).


August 1, 2019

Properties in Indiana don’t need to invoice sales and county innkeeper taxes on Expedia Collect bookings for these Expedia Group brands. 


October 1, 2017

Expedia Group pays all sales and use tax for hotels in Kentucky for Expedia Collect bookings. Kentucky hotels pays all occupancy taxes.  See About Kentucky Taxes for more details.


October 1, 2017

Expedia Group pays all state sales tax for hotels in Maine for Expedia Collect bookings. See About Maine Taxes for more details.


July 1, 2016

Expedia Group sends all state sales tax for hotels in Maryland. Maryland hotels pay any local taxes. See About Maryland Taxes for more details. 


August 1, 2019

Properties in Massachusetts don’t need to invoice sales and local room occupancy excise taxes on Expedia Collect bookings for these Expedia Group brands. 


The relevant taxes are:

·         Massachusetts Room Occupancy Excise Tax

·         Local Option Excise Tax

·         Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund Excise Tax

·         Convention Center Finance Fee

·         Community Impact Fee


August 1, 2019

Properties in Nebraska don’t need to invoice sales and lodging taxes on Expedia Collect bookings for these Expedia Group brands. 


The relevant taxes are:

·         State Sales Tax

·         County Sales Tax

·         Municipal Sales Tax

·         State Lodging Tax

·         County Lodging Tax

New York

June 1, 2017

a. Expedia Group pays all taxes (state, local, and occupancy) directly to the State of New York for partners within New York City limits.

b. Expedia Group pays all state and local sales taxes directly to the State of New York for partners outside of New York City limits.


Partners shouldn’t bill Expedia Group for these taxes. See About New York Taxes for further details.


The following 3 properties are exempt from allowing Expedia Group to pay all state, local, and occupancy taxes directly to New York State. These hotels will collect taxes on bookings and pay the taxes to the state themselves.

·         Sofitel New York (EID 306019)

·         Novotel Times Square (EID 16135)

·         ibis LGA (EID 16474580)


July 1, 2015

No taxes are paid directly to hotels. Expedia Group pays sales and occupancy taxes directly to the state and local governments. The only exception is a Tourism Improvement District (TID) tax for hotels in Portland.

Portland, Oregon


Expedia Group collects the TID tax and pays it directly to the hotel on each booking. This TID tax only applies to hotels with 50 rooms or more.

South Carolina


South Carolina properties operate under a single payment jurisdiction. Expedia Group collects the taxes from the guest and pays the sales and occupancy taxes directly to the South Carolina Department of Revenue. The partner is issued a resale certificate from the State of South Carolina that releases them of their tax obligation. Partners should contact the South Carolina Department of Revenue for information and assistance:


South Carolina Department of Revenue

Columbia Main Office

P.O. Box 125

Columbia, SC 29214

Phone: (803) 898-5000

Fax: (803) 896-1129


Taxes are only owed based on the booking date. If you receive a call for missing taxes on a booking, verify the effective tax date in HIMS. The booking must have been made after (or on) the effective tax date. If booked before this date, the prior tax rate is used. This is regardless of stay dates. Stay dates don’t affect the taxes owed.


South Dakota


Partners will continue to charge these Expedia Group companies amounts for any applicable state and local sales and lodging taxes consistent to existing practices.


If partners have questions, they can contact Myron Stahl at Myron is the Senior Revenue Agent Business Tax at the South Dakota Department of Revenue. 

Washington D.C.

July 1, 2019

Partners won’t charge Expedia Group companies the Washington D. C. district sales tax. This doesn't affect bookings made before July 1, 2019. See About Washington D.C. Sales Tax for specific information.



Expedia Group will collect and pay state, local sales taxes, and any applicable local room taxes on all Expedia Collect bookings for short term rentals in the state of Wisconsin for these companies.


The relevant taxes are: 

·         State sales tax

·         County sales tax

·         Baseball stadium district tax

·         Local room tax

Partners may have questions regarding these tax requirements or Wisconsin property operators. If so, they can contact the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. Ask partners to email to notify Expedia Group if their property is a short term rental.

If Expedia is collecting and also remitting the collected taxes, you will want to make sure those taxes do not show on the bill in ThinkReservations. This is because you don’t want to accidentally charge your guests taxes that have already been paid. This can be done manually by using the Tax Exempt button on each effected reservation, or automatically by having a special Rate Type where the taxes that are being remitted are overridden and not included for Expedia Collect Reservations. Please reach out to ThinkReservations support for help in setting this up for you.

How can I make the most of my connection to Expedia?

The biggest reason properties connect to Expedia is that Expedia can bring in reservations you probably would not have gotten on your own. Using OTAs can even help boost your property’s availability to potential guests when searching online. This is because of the large audience that Expedia has and the trust and loyalty that people have in them. Our goal is to put you in the driver’s seat so you can control the OTAs to benefit you by booking as many rooms as possible while also maximizing your profits.

Please check out our webinar: Have Your Way with the OTAs

Generally, guests that book through an OTA are not going to visit your website. Therefore they don’t know that the pricing and policies you offer on your own website differ from what they see on the OTA. It’s not common knowledge that properties pay large commissions to accept these reservations. However, you do have quite a bit of control over your OTA reservations. You can only provide availability for rooms and dates when you need help. If you get an OTA reservation, it’s because you provided the OTA availability for that room and date. You are not forced to give the OTA any availability. You also set the price. If you don’t like the net rate you get after commissions for OTA reservations, you can adjust it. Make sure that you are still netting a profit for OTA reservations. If you aren’t, then you have incorrectly set your rates and availability.

Having said all that, sometimes a prospective guest will navigate to your site. Also, for guests that start on your side, you want to prevent them from going back to the OTA to book. This is done by having a sort of “book-direct” campaign on your website and doing your own advertising for your property and website. Here are some tips:

  • Technically the rates, availability, and restrictions have to be the same as what you have on your own website. However, ThinkReservations does not enforce this. and Expedia have told us they would rather have a client than lose one because of rate parity that they don’t even enforce. checks Expedia and vice-versa, but they don't check your own website.
  • Have your policies more strict on the OTAs. If they are looking at your website and the OTA, the policies shouldn’t encourage them to book with the OTA, they should encourage them to book with you directly.
  • Only ask for help from the OTA's when you need it. You can cherry-pick what rooms and days to give availability to the OTAs as often as you wish.
  • Set minimum night stay requirements with the OTA's so that when they do book, especially during busy seasons, they have to book several days. This is something you likely couldn't do before as this isn’t supported by other channel managers.
  • Maybe your lease expensive room isn’t available, or maybe it’s rate the same as the next least expensive room. This is a popular tactic for TripConnect.
  • Amenities don’t have to be the same as when booking direct. So… When you book direct, maybe the guest gets better or free amenities. Maybe you mention this, but in reality, all guests are treated the same, maybe not.
    • Free Breakfast
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • More room choices
    • Free cookies/snacks
    • Early check-in (normal check-in)
    • Lake check-out (normal check-out)
    • Coffee/tea/water
    • Free Parking
    • Guaranteed room (as opposed to a type.)
    • Etc.
  • Consider using TripTease to show off to prospective guests on your own website that the pricing you offer is the same or better what is seen on the OTAs so they don’t have to check.
  • Consider using Tipadvisor’s TripConnect. Even for clients that don’t like Tripadvisor, this is still a very powerful tool to help guests book direct. ThinkReservations doesn’t charge to use this at all, but we highly recommend it. If you aren’t using it, you aren’t doing everything you can to get direct bookings.
  • Show your OTA Rate to your guests. Instead of calling it “OTA RATE”, call it a “Standard Rate” or similar. Then when guests book on your own site, they see they are getting a deal (your normal Best Available Rate). You might even consider renaming your Best Available Rate to “Book Direct Special” or similar.
  • Last, but not least, simply charge a higher rate to the OTAs. You can use a yield management rules on the OTAs so that the amount you charge varies based on how far out guests are booking and how busy you are.
I use the Expedia Collect Program. How long after a guest checks out can I use the Expedia Virtual Card?
Expedia Virtual Cards are valid for 30-180 days from the guest's departure date. Find the Expedia Virtual Card in the reservation in Expedia or using the Expedia Virtual Card (EVC) Look Up tool on the home page of the Expedia Partner Central. Questions about EVC can be found in the EPC Help Center.

Should you need assistance with new Expedia Virtual Card bookings/issues, please contact Expedia at and have a new case opened.

How do I disconnect Expedia from ThinkReservations?
If you wish to disconnect Expedia please reach out to ThinkReservations support for assistance.

Please note that disconnecting Expedia from ThinkReservations will stop the communication of rate, availability, and restriction data from ThinkReservations to Expedia. Also, it will stop the communication of cancellations, reservation updates, and new reservations from Expedia to ThinkReservations. Disconnecting Expedia from ThinkReservations will not remove any rate, availability, or restriction data at Expedia, nor will it cancel your Expedia account. If you wish to cancel Expedia you will need to reach out to them for assistance.

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