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[Air Canada] Air Canada offer 15% off June 14 only

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It worked for me for a return trip to Aruba in November.
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I actually bought a round trip a week ago for a trip in mid July. I enter the code to check price today, it is actually more than what I paid without the code last week.
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angel_wing0 wrote: Agreed.

I happen to price in a ticket yesterday via Expedia. Price remains the same in Expedia this morning but AC website price is about 10% cheaper now. Too bad I haven't confirm my travel date yet...
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Dec 7, 2015
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Shawnies wrote: Looks like aircanada raised their prices just before their seat sale.
As someone that works for AC, you have no idea what you're talking about.
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Unfortunately blacked out for my Christmas vacation. Too bad.
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Did not work for me, flights are cheaper but I have to choose flights with either overnight layover or very very short layover.
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MakBarb wrote: I actually bought a round trip a week ago for a trip in mid July. I enter the code to check price today, it is actually more than what I paid without the code last week.
Family member bought tickets to Asia last month with United, 1 stop at SFO. Checked today at AC with cheapest and it is only about $100 cheaper but out going flight has an overnight layover in Vancouver and incoming 1.5 hours layover in Vancouver and 40 minutes layover in Calargy (too risky for missing connecting flights) before arriving Toronto, not worth it.
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Dec 11, 2005
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As a regular traveler, air ticket pricing changes as supply decreases. So the great deal you bought a month ago when no one is on the flight is going to be cheaper than the ticket price you see today when the flight is almost full. If you are like me, was looking at flights yesterday and did not buy, will find tickets cheaper today because the base ticket prices hasn't changed overnight.

It's not jacking up the prices before a discount. Naturally the flight prices changes as supplies decreases.
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I tried on 2 flights I was planning prices does'nt change
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Mar 27, 2006
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purplekush604 wrote: I wonder if westjet will follow
No. They raise the prices, at least for the destinations I am monitoring.
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Dec 6, 2009
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I came here to post this after saving $80 on a roundtrip flight ($530 -> $450) just now.

Glad it was already shared.
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Thanks for sharing! Booked a round trip YHZ-YYZ for $300!
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Booked one-way from Las Vegas to Toronto for $260, it's been $300 several past days I've been watching. Saved $40 per person, not bad!

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