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Using eDreams Airlines to purchase a ticket

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Be careful when you purchase an airline ticket in the US from eDreams, which is an overseas agency. They claim to have the low prices. However, when you add their fees in Euros, my price was higher than the US carriers. The worst part was that it was difficult to find out about the fees on their website until I received a confirmation of the flight. To me, the fees amount and percentage was not clearly spelled out on their website.

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