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Booked your flight and the fare drops!

Okay, you have done your “due diligence” and purchased the best possible fare, or have you?

Truth is that Mr. Murphy is alive and well and currently employed by the airline industry, so just when you thought the fare couldn’t go any lower, it does!

If you act quickly and call the airline, chances are they will issue you an MCO which is a voucher good for future use… BUT, and notice it is a big but, you must have found the lower fare for the exact same flights, on the same days and in the same fare basis.

Additionally, there might also be a change fee involved so weigh your options carefully.

Check for that lower fare every 4 or 5 days.

If the seats don’t sell, the fare may drop.

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