Is it me? Booking flights on Expedia
I do all my own travel arrangements because my itineraries are so often complex, I don't really trust anyone with it and plus there are so many decisions to make (eg, the value for a class of service on a given route/plane, the tradeoff between flying or driving etc etc). The exception is booking thru Amex Fine Resorts to get amenities.
So I am booking a trip for the family on Expedia (flights only). For five of us, taking six flights, all in the SE US and then back to NYC, 1st class, the total cost for refundable travel will be THREE times the cost for non-refundable travel.
This gives one pause.
So I read the FAQ on Expedia and it says:
Please assume that the fare is non-refundable and any change or cancellation will result in full forfeiture of the value of the ticket with no refund or credit available.
Rules and restrictions as imposed by the airline(s) will be applicable to your fare should you need to change or cancel your flight(s).
HUH? These statements are one right after another.
This post was edited by mtnrdredux on Wed, Feb 5, 14 at 23:36