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Business class fares


Mr Blackpool

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Depending on what day of the week you look fares can vary on the same airline from £1800 to £3000 I almost booked about 6 weeks ago with Emirates at £1866 but today its £3065 however experience tells me it will change again next week. If not i guess it will be a different airline, don't really take advantage of all the business class stuff just like the lie flat bed anybody have good experiences of business class?.

Man to BKK Nov 19th or later until feb 28th or earlier

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 don't really take advantage of all the business class stuff just like the lie flat bed anybody have good experiences of business class?.

 

 

business class is the dogs bollox...

ive been upgraded due to overbooking about 4 times now, never paided for it tho

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i always use eva,heathrow direct flight £2046,25 oct to 31 march,eva have just fitted out business class with full flat beds,great airline been using them for 20+ years.

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Depending on what day of the week you look fares can vary on the same airline from £1800 to £3000 I almost booked about 6 weeks ago with Emirates at £1866 but today its £3065 however experience tells me it will change again next week. If not i guess it will be a different airline, don't really take advantage of all the business class stuff just like the lie flat bed anybody have good experiences of business class?.

Man to BKK Nov 19th or later until feb 28th or earlier

 

Some websites use tracking cookies to see if you have looked at fares before.  The money grubbing corporations will always show first time visitors the best fares, so clear your browser cookies before searching again.  Unfortunately, some companies have gotten hip to this trend of cookie clearing, so I've notice that some have gotten around it somehow.  For instance, I was checking flights on my home computer.  Checked the same flights on my phone (first time on that website with my phone), and the prices were lower on my phone, despite being the same search at the same time.  The only difference I could tell was that this was the first search of that website from my phone.  

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^ I've cound this also and change computers when I'm ready to buy.

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Google Chrome's Incognito mode is a handy way of browsing without triggering the cookies

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Google Chrome's Incognito mode is a handy way of browsing without triggering the cookies

 

Very true.  incognito mode doesn't store cookies and it erases history after closing the browser/tab. Turns out to be useful when hiding your porn surfing from a significant other as well.  

 

Just to give everyone an idea of how much of an impact this can have--I just checked out Orbitz.com on my phone and on my work computer.  I use incognito mode on my work computer and just the regular browser on my phone.  I selected the same dates and to/from locations for the trip, and pressed the search button at the same time.  My incognito-browser returned $2,112.50 as the cheapest flight (still crazy expensive for coach), and my phone brought back $2,597.50.  Huge difference.  

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Use a proxy server. Keep your home country just change your IP address - clear all cookies prior though.

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Use a proxy server. Keep your home country just change your IP address - clear all cookies prior though.

 

I was thinking about that method, particularly if these companies are tracking IP's.  But then I was thinking that I have a dynamic IP at home.  How could they track me if my IP changes on a semi-regular basis?  I do have a static IP at work, but I do most of my travel searches at home.  

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