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SKYSCANNER & THE FARESTORE

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Recently researching tix from JFk to Madrid for October. Skyscanner came up with a $653 per person price (flying on Iberia - 10/9 to 10/26) versus Iberia direct website - Cheap O Air - or others that were in the $800+ range p/p.

Skyscanner claims fare is all inclusive of taxes - fees - etc. When you go to book, they send you to a site called The Farestore.com.

My question is does anyone have nay experience with Skyscanner and the Farestore ??
Reliability of booking thru them ?? Savings of $150+ per tix is obviously preferred but do not have any personal experience booking thru these guys.

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