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Orbitz or Cheaptickets or Priceline via Kayak?

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Normally I use Kayak to search then book through the airline's site, but this multi-city fare I've been watching doesn't come up there. The tabs on Kayak lead me to Orbitz, Cheaptickets or Priceline for this fare, I've never used them before and this is a bit scary.

Is this no problem or is there something I need to be concerned about? I realize the communication difficulties if we miss a flight or have troubles otherwise. I have used Expedia for packages but never for just flights, I might feel comfortable booking this through them, but they don't seem to have the low price that Kayak shows.

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