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ticketprices US->EU much higher than EU->US

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We're looking to plan a trip to Europe (we live in the US), and I have been monitoring Kayak, et al. First thing I noticed is that prices jump up and down, even within hours. Last week for a few hours I found tickets for $800, but now they are back to $1200-$1400. I wish I booked then :(

But what surprised me the most that the prices for the same route, same date but starting in Europe ar way lower than when starting in the US. Any idea why this is?

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