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Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back
Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back

Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back Easyjet article 26 price promise , if flight price drops after booked then get credit back

I have posted this before and dont know why the deal is expired , as the price promise doesn't expire, scroll down to article 26 on link

EasyJet give a price promise on online bookings, if the same flight becomes cheaper they will refund the difference via a credit note to be used within 6 months of issue. Though to get it you have to phone them rather than via email, letter, fax etc

0843 1045000

Article 26 Price Promise

26.1 If You have, or the Booker on Your behalf has, made a Booking directly through the Website and You, or the Booker, subsequently find that lower fares (when taken together with all applicable fees and charges) for the same easyJet Flight have become available, You will be refunded the difference as a credit voucher against future Flights on easyJet. The only exception to this “price promise” is if the lower fares have been offered as part of a promotional offer that is launched after You have purchased the Flight. For the avoidance of doubt, this Article 26 will not apply to any Booking made on Your behalf by any licensed third party booking systems (e.g.: travel agents, screen scrapers) or through easyJet’s Call Centre.

26.2 Each Flight will be treated separately. This credit voucher will be valid for use against Bookings made within 6 months from the date of issue of the credit voucher. The credit voucher will expire at midnight on the expiry date and the validity of the credit voucher cannot be extended.

26.3 To qualify for a refund, the lower fare must still be available for sale at the time the claim is made to Our Customer Service Team and must be for the same date, destination and Flight number as in the Booking made.

26.4 If Your “price promise” request is in respect of a Booking that has been subject to a "Flight Transfer" or a "Name Change" request (see Article 8 (Name Changes) and Article 9 (Flight Transfers and Flexible Fares (“easyJet Flexi”)) then easyJet will only consider the total fare (including all applicable fees and charges) in the original Booking as the reference point for the “price compare”, not the sum of the all inclusive fare paid in the initial Booking plus the additional fees and charges incurred as a result of the name change or Flight transfer. All transfer fees and name change fees are non-refundable.

26.5 Claims made in relation to this “price promise” must be made via telephone to Our Customer Service Team. Claims made by fax, letter or email will not be accepted

I have just used this, bit of a slog as has to be done on phone and i'd also suggest you have website open at same time to ensure all done right as its an overseas call centre.

So far my price claims have got myself and the wife and 2 kids to Jersey , and also me n the Mrs to Nice.

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Original Poster

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[quote=daverc2000]http://bigjoeonthego.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/fat-guy-on-a-plane.jpg[/quote

The guy sitting next to him on his right could have moved one space to give the poor dude some more space (extra seat)

If and when they start charging for extra seat room......then will they be providing a bigger seat or expect him to sit in 2 seats with a gap inbetween

crazymonkey

[quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could … [quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could have moved one space to give the poor dude some more space (extra seat)


Looks to me like there's someone in that far-right seat reading a newspaper.

Banned

This isn't a freebie...

crazymonkey

[quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could … [quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could have moved one space to give the poor dude some more space (extra seat)



They used to charge for the weight of the person too a while back! Imagine if they did that now.....

does monarch offer anything simillar?

Banned

This is NOT a freebie...



you 8 all the pies....



you 8 all the pies....

crazymonkey

[quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could … [quote=daverc2000][/quoteThe guy sitting next to him on his right could have moved one space to give the poor dude some more space (extra seat)




Perhaps it was his dinner...............................

Banned

OP keeps regurgitating this non deal, talk about vain. Please delete, mods

WillieGallimore

OP keeps regurgitating this non deal, talk about vain. Please delete, mods



Oh toddle off

If this is a deal then I shall I post that John Lewis are offering a price match?

why is the deal title repeated why is the deal title repeated

Wish BA did this, our flights dropped by £100 each a week after I booked! (and there're 4 of us)

MikeIrvine

Looks to me like there's someone in that far-right seat reading a … Looks to me like there's someone in that far-right seat reading a newspaper.


What about the 2 empty seats behind him?

Original Poster

WillieGallimore

OP keeps regurgitating this non deal, talk about vain. Please delete, mods


Reposted cos its holiday time and not everyone knows about it plus this is potentially free flights so if even one new person gets it then its worth reposting !?

thank o have just booked a easyJet flight and did not know this

Yep. Deffo worth knowing about.This will give me confidence in booking. Though to be honest, flights rarely decrease in price with budget airlines, but occasionally they do. So hot from me!

So, its only applicable to full price, doesn't include those in any "sale" or "promotion" -"The only exception to this “price promise” is if the lower fares have been offered as part of a promotional offer"? Hmmmm, full price tickets would very rarely decrease in value, if ever, only happens when sales/discounts take place. Im not voting either way but i am sure easyJet arent handing out many of these vouchers.

I did this last year booked flights to iceland which dropped in price and they give you a voucher number for the value of the difference which has to be used in 6 months. The flight doesn't have to be in 6 months but it has to booked in 6 months. I've booked for Copenhagen this year with my voucher from last year. You have to phone to get the voucher then phone to use it.

Thanks I bought 5 tickets with easyjet last month and vowed not to look to see if price has gone down. I think Ill have a little
look now!

WillieGallimore

OP keeps regurgitating this non deal, talk about vain. Please delete, mods



waaaah, waaaah... he's cluttering up the internets pages with deals that aren't deals or are they deals?

What a pointless thing to complain about. Do you have life, sir? Life?

PS What a pointless thing to write a reply to... (damn - I obviously don't have life).

Hot hot hot I've just checked my flights and they were £100 cheaper, one quick call mentioning I'd seen their price promise and I've received an email voucher for the full amount thank you

Heat just for the photo as it is a good representation of chav airlines.

Banned

MPThoma5

Heat just for the photo as it is a good representation of chav airlines.



You sound like a lovely man...

I book eastjet all the time to visit relatives. Very handy to know thanks for posting. Dunno why some sad people get on their high horse about posting deals! And for the record the flights i get change in price every few hours. Even a tenner would be very handy given i travel with them so often, many thanks!

Had a booking for my friends and I, flying off in a few weeks, and just got a £174 voucher on their Price Promise (Article 26). Took a long time to get through on the phone, but it was worth it.

Also, recommend using the geographical no. rather than the 0843 number that Easyjet give. The number is 0330 365 5000

Edited by: "theyiddo" 13th Jul 2014
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