Save Up to 20% on Flybe selected flights in Summer Sale
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Save Up to 20% on Flybe selected flights in Summer Sale

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Found 21st Apr
Summer sale but have to book before the 25th of April.
For travel between 08.05.18 and 19.07.18. Book from 19.04.18 to 25.04.18. Subject to availability. '
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A bit more info ,' for travel between 08.05.18 and 19.07.18. Book from 19.04.18 to 25.04.18. Subject to availability. '
FlyBe... when I looked at prices for flights in Dec they were £387. Went to book about 4hrs later and they were £480. Nice one FlyBe - no thanks.
I hate these bull sales from airlines and to be fair most vendors now a days. Insert any percent and then put “up to” before it and claim it’s a sale. Most things either won’t be discounted and if they are will be minimal. Broken retail.
Thanks, booked a long weekend in Venice from Cardiff at the start of June for £70

Also in my searches found Biarritz from Birmingham for <£90 in July.

Not any use to me, but plenty of french destinations at decent prices from Southampton.
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yorkie1214 h, 56 m ago

A bit more info ,' for travel between 08.05.18 and 19.07.18. Book from …A bit more info ,' for travel between 08.05.18 and 19.07.18. Book from 19.04.18 to 25.04.18. Subject to availability. '


Thanks added to the description
Flybe....never again!
Edited by: "QuantumQuark" 22nd Apr
Expedia is better
Still expensive and terrible. One person flying with these works out £218 and easy jet could get it for cheaper than that and return flights for a family of three. How on earth is this a deal??????
Fly Maybe - just add a few hundred quid for ur extra days accommodation when they cancel
neilm2221st Apr

FlyBe... when I looked at prices for flights in Dec they were £387. Went …FlyBe... when I looked at prices for flights in Dec they were £387. Went to book about 4hrs later and they were £480. Nice one FlyBe - no thanks.


Always search in incognito mode....
neilm2213 h, 3 m ago

That was initially through skyscanner


It's an urban myth that airlines use cookie tracking to bump up prices. Other people have booked the flights/seats you were looking at, that's why prices go up. Snooze you lose / early bird gets the worm etc...

Also Skyscanner/Kayak etc cache prices, so unless you click through to get the live price, the price originally displayed in their search may be weeks old in some cases.
Edited by: "skyblueox" 23rd Apr
skyblueox2 h, 54 m ago

It's an urban myth that airlines use cookie tracking to bump up prices. …It's an urban myth that airlines use cookie tracking to bump up prices. Other people have booked the flights/seats you were looking at, that's why prices go up. Snooze you lose / early bird gets the worm etc...Also Skyscanner/Kayak etc cache prices, so unless you click through to get the live price, the price originally displayed in their search may be weeks old in some cases.


Thanks for the lesson in how it works but I didn't need it. I merely stated the price had gone up by £100 in the space of a few hours. Never had prices jump by £100 on another airline in the space of a few hours was more the point. I am sure there were loads of people booking flights at midnight English time...
Maybe not, but useful for everyone else given I see the same chain of discussion on almost every airline deal posted.
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