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Old May 11th, 2004, 10:01 AM
mundu
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Great Source for cheap air travel tickets
http://beam.to/alt1
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Old May 11th, 2004, 10:29 AM
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mundu wrote:

Great Source for cheap air travel tickets
http://beam.to/alt1


Yeah, an "outstanding site" LOL.....
But.. why use beam.to/alt1 and not go directly to cheapairlines.com?
What a place... You will charge be a $30 processing fee for fares that
don't appear to be cheaper for my normal flights. There is also a
maximum purchase of $1500. Why??? Airline must be contacted for seat
assignments. YOU have the right to cancel requests for "high security
risk areas"? Why do you care where I choose to fly if the airline is
flying there? If my reservation is not eligble for an e-ticket, you will
charge $15 to send the ticket. So, that means it would cost me $45 in
extra charges to purchase a ticket from you and have it mailed.
Plus if you need to be contacted for a change, you add $30 on top of
what the airlines charge. You do not offer non refundable fares and no
purchases over $1500.
What exactly are the advantages the consumers gets at this web site?




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Old May 11th, 2004, 10:33 AM
mrtravelkay
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mrtravelkay wrote:



mundu wrote:

Great Source for cheap air travel tickets
http://beam.to/alt1



Yeah, an "outstanding site" LOL.....
But.. why use beam.to/alt1 and not go directly to cheapairlines.com?
What a place... You will charge be a $30 processing fee for fares that
don't appear to be cheaper for my normal flights. There is also a
maximum purchase of $1500. Why??? Airline must be contacted for seat
assignments. YOU have the right to cancel requests for "high security
risk areas"? Why do you care where I choose to fly if the airline is
flying there? If my reservation is not eligble for an e-ticket, you will
charge $15 to send the ticket. So, that means it would cost me $45 in
extra charges to purchase a ticket from you and have it mailed.
Plus if you need to be contacted for a change, you add $30 on top of
what the airlines charge. You do not offer non refundable fares and no
purchases over $1500.
What exactly are the advantages the consumers gets at this web site?



Oh yeah, how can you book by schedule instead of by pre-linked outbound
and return flights? This seems to be a missing function.

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Old May 11th, 2004, 12:51 PM
Thomas E. Parody
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Yeah, an "outstanding site" LOL.....
But.. why use beam.to/alt1 and not go directly to cheapairlines.com?
What a place... You will charge be a $30 processing fee for fares that
don't appear to be cheaper for my normal flights. There is also a
maximum purchase of $1500. Why??? Airline must be contacted for seat
assignments. YOU have the right to cancel requests for "high security
risk areas"? Why do you care where I choose to fly if the airline is
flying there? If my reservation is not eligble for an e-ticket, you will
charge $15 to send the ticket. So, that means it would cost me $45 in
extra charges to purchase a ticket from you and have it mailed.
Plus if you need to be contacted for a change, you add $30 on top of
what the airlines charge. You do not offer non refundable fares and no
purchases over $1500.
What exactly are the advantages the consumers gets at this web site?



Oh yeah, how can you book by schedule instead of by pre-linked outbound
and return flights? This seems to be a missing function.


Also, doesn't include Southwest Airlines (and how many other small, low-fare
carriers). Doesn't seem to be able to handle searching just non-stop
flights. All in all, not the best of sites to use.


 




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