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Airfares do fluctuate wildly due to the airlines' yield management algorithms. Some search engines, such as KAYAK, try to predict prices for you. One way to hedge your bets is to book using a service with a price protection guarantee. For example, FlightNetwork lets you claim a credit towards a future trip if the price drops after you buy. Orbitz can ...


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In general the rule about airfares is that they're illogical and unpredictable. The way not to go crazy is to view them a bit like playing the stock market: You never really know which way they'll go, but most of the time they go up. Sales or special offers are just one particular variation on this. If you already know that you're definitely going and when ...


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Basically fill it out as best as you can in such a way that all data is present and do not be too concerned on how it is split up. For example, the Dubai instructions list a "Villa 21" as House number -- clearly it can be something else than just a number. This is just an implementation detail and insignificant at that. There's no legal requirement for a ...



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