Imagine our surprise to discover that such a large, established organization as Priceline has omitted a little thing like an unsubscribe link from some of their mailings. The main Federal anti-spam law, CAN-SPAM, requires that, among other things, when a business puts you on their mailing list, they must include a link allowing you to easily opt-out, in every mailing. Priceline, however, provides no such unsubscribe link, at least in some of their mailings. While we are sure that this is just an oversight on Priceline’s part, it nonetheless can be very frustrating for the Priceline mailing recipient who wishes to opt out of Priceline’s mailings.
So, just how do you unsubscribe from Priceline mailings if you are receiving mailings from Priceline.com with no opt-out link? You have to do it through the Priceline.com website. Interestingly, at least in theory, you don’t have to be logged in to do it. In fact, again, at least in theory, you don’t even have to be you to unsubscribe from mailings. It seems you can type in any email address, and they will promise to remove that email address from their mailings. You can go to the link we provide below, which will take you here:
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Type in an email address, and select the option to unsubscribe from all mailings:
Hit submit, and you will see this confirmation:
Now, interestingly, we tried this with a made-up email address, and got the same confirmation.
In any event, here is the link to unsubscribe from Priceline mailings:
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