trident2e
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Question About SAS/Snowflake

Mon Apr 18, 2005 12:21 am

If I book a one way flight from MAN to CPH on the SAS website the lowest fare is £443, but if I book exactly the same flight on Snowflake's website the fare is just £51. Is this a deliberate ploy by SAS to make its lowest fares difficult to find?
 
eric
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RE: Question About SAS/Snowflake

Mon Apr 18, 2005 12:43 am

The one-way fare I got between MAN and CPH was £443 in business. When you book snowflake you end up in the back, with no drink service or food. You get 25% of normal EB points versus 150% in business.

It may make no sense but there is a pretty big difference in the service. Mediocre vs crap.

Eric
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trident2e
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RE: Question About SAS/Snowflake

Mon Apr 18, 2005 12:47 am

£392 is an awful lot to pay for a sandwich and a cup of coffee! I'll stick with the crap at just £51  Big grin

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