skiplagged2923 karma2014-12-04 03:44:24 UTC
That's correct. This has to do with market competition. I.e. Airlines want to offer City A to City C, but can only do that with multiple flights. Consumers are less inclined towards multiple flights unless it offers them savings.
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skiplagged2301 karma2015-12-01 00:06:56 UTC
Not that I've noticed. Airlines still make the additional money from uninformed, so it might be silly to get rid of hidden-city opportunities.
skiplagged1513 karma2014-12-04 03:41:51 UTC
Consumers can actually save lots of money. That's generally frowned upon by for-profit corporations. What Skiplagged does is definitely not illegal, which is why this is not a criminal case.
skiplagged1321 karma2014-12-04 04:36:12 UTC
$25.62 for a regular trip from Seattle to Orlando. This was actually just a huge pricing mistake by Delta that affected many routes earlier this year, that they honored. Skiplagged picked this up automatically faster than any other website and actually made it to the WSJ.
skiplagged1234 karma2015-12-01 01:24:57 UTC
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