Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 Tec*h SUPP0RT AOL mail CONTACT 1:800:681:7208 AOL Error Configuration
  2. 2 SFO runway closures ?
  3. 3 Trip Report Excellent Experience on Singapore Airlines Long Haul cattle class
  4. 4 Help!
  5. 5 Amaszonas Airlines
  6. 6 El Salvador plane change
  7. 7 A horror story about Justfly
  8. 8 Would you rather...KEF vs ARN Layover
  9. 9 You gotta love Southwest
  10. 10 Vancouver Ariport lounges?
  11. 11 Picking a seat on Virgin
  12. 12 Condor phone number???
  13. 13 Condor flight check-in, seat selection, bag check, etc help?
  14. 14 Connection time
  15. 15 Anyone need round trip tickets to France / Barcelona
  16. 16 Priceline BA Flight on AA Codeshare Questions
  17. 17 Carry on
  18. 18 Upgraded; will it stick?
  19. 19 LAX Terminal Reshuffle
  20. 20 When can the pilot turn off the fasten seatbelt sign
  21. 21 International trip to Zurich, in parts...?
  22. 22 First time to Italy
  23. 23 Departing FCO
  24. 24 Car seat harassment
  25. 25 Air Canada rouge or air transat?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Europe Airfares - should I just bite the bullet?

Jump to last reply

I am booking an open jaw SFO-BUD-PRG-SFO in mid Oct. maybe I have missed the cheaper fares and should just bite the bullet....

The route I wantedUnited/Luftansa just went up from $1204 to$1224 the next morning as I went to book it. The other fare that I had been eyeing, Luftansa/Swiss is now $1322 up from
$1270 or so. There are cheaper fares but they require 2 stops or are not ideal times.

Do you think if I wait a few days - til mid week- that the airfares may drop or should I just deal with and book it. I know it's only $40 for 2, but I was hoping for lower fares!

I know that no one has a crystal ball but I often hear that airfares are cheaper when booking mid week. I usually do book mid week and don't look back, so really don't know if that is true.

19 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement