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EasyJet Double or Nothing

June 5, 2007 at 9:47 AM | by | ()

British-based LCC Easyjet has just taken a (small) gamble to woo back any customers who might think the tickets are cheaper on the other side. They're offering a kind of double or nothing deal to anyone who can find a cheaper fare on the same route.

Fine print: you must be comparing "directly comparable flights" which means they have the same departure and arrival airports, and they must depart within 1 hour of each other. If you manage to find such flights, calculate that the other airline has a cheaper flight, AND you tell easyJet about it within one hour of booking your easyJet flight, THEN easyJet will pay you double the difference.

And if all that's not tricky enough, this only applies for flights booked from June 4 to June 8. Get surfing now and tell us if you can trick easyJet.

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[Photo: Pex Cornel]

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