For now, there are no publicly articulated plans for Priceline.com to end Name Your Own Price for hotels, which is a larger business than was the bidding feature was for flights and car rentals. “Priceline isn’t going to speculate publicly on the future of Name Your Own Price for hotels,” said spokesman Devon Nagle. “There are no plans to sunset it for hotels.” But the handwriting is on the proverbial wall because, in many ways, the online booking and competitive environment have overtaken Priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price for hotels. Travelers who are looking to book a room for the night when they are leaving a bar or when their plans changed last-minute, these days are used to finding a hotel option quickly. They don’t have the patience for submitting bids, waiting for an answer, and resubmitting bids with the inefficiencies inherent in tapping around on mobile devices. Get the full story at Skift