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I booked our roundtrip flights to Glasgow a month or two ago. I've been watching to see if I did good in booking when I did, and now that exact same flight is $1632 higher. I'm extremely glad I booked early, but am wondering if this kind of increase is normal. Usually I let the travel company book our flights and never pay further attention to it. I booked approximately 9 months before we fly. Is that usually a good thing to do? New territory for me. Thanks.

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