Next time you book a flight online, clear your cookies.
If you’re bouncing about on comparison sites looking at fares, a flight may seem more expensive when you return to buy it because the cookies (which track your browsing history) have told it you’re shopping around. Airlines know that once you see the price has gone up, you’re more likely to buy it because it seems as though the seats are selling out.
To disable cookies, clear your browsing history making sure the box that includes ‘Cookies and other site and plug-in data’ is ticked.
This would have saved me hundreds if I’d known about it back when I was booking flights for our wedding!! Rascals! (I think you know I’d like to use a stronger word here).
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