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OK to Book via United's U.K. site--& What Happened to 1-Way Bookings?

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I was shocked that it cost wayyyy more (I think it was almost double) to book one-way from Nashville to Dublin than to book it as a RT. My preference would have been to do it open-jaw and return from Prague, but the price difference makes it worth flying back to Dublin (from Prague).

The RT flights I'm considering cost 431 British pounds p.p. ($573 USD) if booked on United's U.K. website, or via Skyscanner's U.K. site (which takes you to Un item's U.K. site). The same flights on United's U.S. website cost $799.56

Is there any issue with booking on the U.K. site?

Also ... is there some site where I might be able to book individual legs--without it costing an arm and a leg???

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