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One way vs return

One way vs return

  1. Anonymous

    I have been following your blog for some time. I noticed that quite frequently, lucky would book a OW ticket instead of a Return ticket to try the product.

    What I am curious about is, I see fare marginally more expensive , say 20-30% , to get a return ticket than a OW. To illustrate, it might cost $800 for a OW from KUL-HKG, vs $1k for return ticket. But I see lucky booking a number of OW tickets. Is there something that I don’t know ? Or lucky is just doing that so he could try more products .

  2. Anonymous

    It depends on the routes, really. In some cases a one-way ticket is a reasonable price (like when we flew from Azerbaijan to New York via Ukraine), other times it’s outrageously expensive.

    Many mileage programs let you book a one-way for half the miles as a roundtrip, so in those cases it doesn’t make a difference.

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