The latest United Airlines mistake fare saga has come to an end. It didn’t end well for the consumer. Last week, the Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings in the Department of Transportation released its ruling on the United mistake fares offered in February. Read full post »
Occasionally, airlines or online booking sites experience snafus when loading airfares. These errors may result in inaccurate pricing for a particular fare. Taxes or fees may be dropped, a zero or two is left off the final price, or some other unexplained Read full post »
This past Thursday I was working from home with a day filled of work deadlines to meet, presentations to complete, laundry to do and I had guests visiting from out of town…just another day of working from the home office. At around Read full post »
HT: Canadian Kilometers and reader Marc for bringing this to our attention! There’s a great mistake fare on Etihad Airways, bookable through Expedia UK: $350 OW in Business Class from the Seychelles (SEZ) to Dublin (DUB). Per CK’s post, the fare rules permit unlimited Read full post »
HT: Mighty Travels A German booking site is running a $25/night mistake rate for the Hilton San Francisco Financial District. Dates are restricted to 2 nights: July 15-17. A similarly low price was just taken down, so if you want to get in Read full post »
Some are suggesting this incident is over. Personally I think it is just beginning. With United unilaterally cancelling everyone’s four mile ticket last night, the opportunity to file a claim for actions taken by United just began. I filed my claim as I Read full post »
I’m driving and stopped at a gas station to deliver the hot news. THIS DEAL IS NOW DEAD http://boardingarea.com/blogs/onemileatatime/2012/07/15/award-tickets-tofrom-hong-kong-pricing-at-4-united-mileageplus-miles-roundtrip Hong Kong for 4 United miles plus taxes. One Mile at a Time blog and View from the Wing have the details. Read full post »
The Beach-side Promenade in Nice, France; photo by Andrew Mistake to the Mediterranean by Andrew Ingersoll Last week I took a trip down Thai Memory Lane. This week, I’m reminiscing about good ole mistake fares. First of all, has anyone seen any Read full post »
I have received several emails about Delta having fares to Europe under $200 from many cities to many European cities. Instead of going into all the details, here is what I can tell you. Go to the Flyertalk Mileage Run forum and Read full post »
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