In response to our inquiry, Priceline.com spokesperson Flavie Lemarchand-Wood said the service, which enabled travelers to submit a desired price for a flight, was discontinued September 1. Users would find out the name of the airline and the schedule only after a carrier accepted the bid. Although Name Your Own Price for flights is now history, Priceline is still honoring flights that were already booked through the service. Priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price for hotels, with discounts up to 60 percent, and car rentals, with discounts up to 40 percent off published prices, are still available. There has been “a dramatic evolution in both technology and consumer behavior when it comes to booking travel,” Lemarchand-Wood said. “As we announced earlier this year, the company’s new strategy will help customers connect with deals faster and more easily than before.” Get the full story at Skift