The second night will only display when the second night’s rate is equal in price or less-expensive than the first night, and will often include an additional discount up to 30 percent off the second night’s rate. While the new feature will definitely benefit customers who want an extra day of vacation or need a super late checkout, it will also empower hotels to tempt guests to commit to a second night earlier than they normally would. For example, the company said that one-third of their repeat bookings come from the same customer in the same city for the next night, meaning that there is presumably a large portion of customers who switch hotels between single-night stays. Get the full story at TechCrunch