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Norwalk, CT
10000+ employees
Company - Public (PCLN)
Information Technology
$5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

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At, buyers can "name their own price" for airline tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, cruises, and vacation packages. Customers can also choose set-price options, including our "Express Deals& ... Read more

Mission: Our mission? Simply put, to be the world leader in online travel. And while by all measures, we've achieved our mission, that doesn't stop us from continuing to evolve as a business. We continue to collaborate, innovate and take pride in what we ... Read more

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  • employees celebrated our Q2 efforts with a "Create Your Own Tie Dye" event. Italian Ices and good music capped off the event at our Norwalk, Connecticut headquarters.

  • We offer all employees three days each year to devote to volunteer work. Most recently a group of animal lovers spent a day devoting their time at a local spay and neuter clinic, spending nine hours removing old structures / building new enclosures.

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Our Secret Sauce? It’s Our People.

Priceline's success as one of the biggest players in online travel is all thanks to our incredible global team of over 16,000 people. We’re a diverse group of creative, self-motivated individuals with a passion for making travel easier, more affordable and more rewarding for our customers.

Our culture feeds on collaboration. Individuals work in small, multi-disciplinary teams where we encourage experimentation, communication and teamwork. Every employee must be strong in his or her area of expertise, but willing to learn new skills and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

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Priceline offers world-class benefits for world-class individuals:

  • Medical and dental insurance for employee and family including pharmaceutical coverage.*
  • Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) insurance
  • Supplemental life and AD&D insurance.*
  • Long term and short term disability insurance.
  • 401k plan including company match
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Generous paid time off including PTO time and holidays
  • Employee assistance and wellness plans and on-site events
  • Flexible spending accounts, including Health FSA, Dependant Care FSA and Qualified Transportation FSA
  • On-site fitness center, with available group and personal fitness classes
  • On-site dry cleaner, cafeteria and convenience store
  • Access to exclusive discounts on international and domestic travel
  • Employee discounts programs, providing discounts on consumer goods and services
  • Annual CEO recognition awards
  • Some positions eligible to participate in employee stock equity program.
  • Paid parental leave


Priceline is headquartered in the pristine suburb of Norwalk, CT. We also have a second office based in New York City.

Corporate HQ

New York City Office

Our corporate office is easily accessible by mass transit from the north as well as from New York City.

undefined is committed to providing equal opportunity employment.

All decisions regarding training, compensation, transfer, promotion, and other aspects of employment for all qualified applicants and employees are made without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.

Priceline is a great place to work!!


Priceline is commited to sharing our success by donating our time and money to local charitable organizations.

We’ve had the pleasure of working with the following organizations and events:

  • Make a Wish Foundation of CT
  • The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County
  • Special Olympics of CT
  • Smilow Family Breast Center of Norwalk Hospital
  • American Red Cross
  • Norwalk Open Door Shelter of Norwalk, CT
  • Roses for Autism
  • Soles4Souls
  • Habitat for Humanity Reviews

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Norwalk, CT
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    I have been working at full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros feels like it’s turning the corner and starting to move forward. It has changed a lot over the past year and I like the direction. Senior management is trying to change the culture to be faster moving and more demanding. It’s hard, but rewarding.


    Resources can be scarce. I often feel that we are understaffed. Expectations are reasonable though I wish we had more people.

    Advice to Management

    Keep pushing for growth and be open to testing out of the status quo. Invest where it makes sense. Develop an employee recognition program so that overperforming employees get recognized broadly - that is missing today.

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Norwalk, CT
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at (Norwalk, CT) in July 2017.


    It was a short phone interview with HR initially. after that there was a video interview with the lead which was technical for about an hr. It was pretty straightforward and about core java( couple of questions about JVM heap space and Exceptions).

     I drove down to Norwalk for face to face. The first interview was with couple of engineers of which one of them was too annoying. I tried to explain the complexity of the problem he gave but he was too uptight/dimwit to understand my explanation and rude. I mentioned a for loop inside a for is not always N^2 complexity, it will be N1*N2 where N1 is the iterations in the 1st for loop and N2 in the 2nd for loop(For ex, if N2=2 then the problem complexity is 2N1 i.e., linear). In my scenario N2 was variable and N1*N2 was turning out to be constant O(N). Anyway, I learned my lessons for a future interview.

    The worse part was the HR sending a rejection email and not replying when asked for expenses. I ended up paying for the stay and travel myself. Like really, what would you gain out of saving 100-200 bucks ?. I am one who usually takes stuff in stride and not vent frustration but I thought at the end of it how they dealt with everything was pretty cheap

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