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Do airline websites keep track of you?

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Hi,

I have to buy some airline tickets to some unpopular smaller cities this summer for personal events. No mercy. Of course I'm experiencing sticker shock with everyone else with fuel costs as they are.

I was wondering if anyone knows if airlines/websites keep track of how often you search and change results on that basis?

I've started dumping cookies and temporary internet files as an experiment before access the websites. I think I read something about the topic before but didn't pay too much attention because if the fares get too crazy to certain cities I just go somewhere else.

I'm sort of stuck with these cities and dates right now. No choice.

Any advice?

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