If you made and paid for a hotel reservation on www.hotwire.com (“Hotwire Website”) between January 10, 2001 and May 2, 2005, a proposed class action settlement may affect you.

A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit. You are a member of the Certified Class if, between January 10, 2001 and May 2, 2005, you (a) were a resident of the United States, and (b) contacted Hotwire through its website (www.hotwire.com) in order to reserve hotel accommodations, and (c) received a price quote for such accommodations from Hotwire that specified a price for the accommodations plus an additional charge for “taxes and fees” or “taxes/fees,” and (d) paid Hotwire for the accommodations plus the “taxes and fees” or “taxes/fees.” The hotel accommodations that you purchased must not have been part of a “package arrangement,” meaning that it must not have included any other element of travel (such as airline tickets or a rental car), unless the price for the hotel accommodations was separately stated.

You are not a member of the Certified Class, even if you meet all of these criteria, if you are an employee or agent of Hotwire, Inc.; are the Honorable Richard A. Kramer or a member of his family; or are a governmental entity.

For more information about the Settlement, click on the Notice tab.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT WHETHER YOU ACT OR DON’T ACT. IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE PROPOSED CLASS YOU SHOULD CAREFULLY CONSIDER THE OPTIONS OUTLINED IN THE NOTICE.

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