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Multi-City Bookings

Multi-City Bookings

  1. Joediver

    I was talking to an agent Sunday about my ticketing for work. I usually fly to one city on Monday, fly to another city on Wednesday and then fly home Friday booked as a “Multi-City” ticket. Normally for Continental US the ticket averages around $600. All of a sudden these are pricing at anywhere between $1300 and $1900 for coach. She told me that she ran into this issue as well and when she inquired she was told they recently changed mixed fare pricing. I now have to book 3 separate one ways to get the pricing a around $600. Beware of Multi-City bookings going forward it appears to be much cheaper to book multiple round trips or one-ways.

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=217]@Joediver[/USER] Just saw your comment on the AA hold change post, very interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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