I am a Premier Executive with United’s frequent flyer program. Typically when I go to the sight I log in and book flights. Recently I checked the flight availability and price prior to logging on with my frequent flyer number. After logging in the price went up $400.00. I suspected a mistake, called in and was given the lower price no questions asked. On my next flight I tried again the same way and discovered the same situation, once again about a $400.00 price increase. I did the same today and had a price difference of $461.00 to $2200.00. An additional concern that I considered that may be prompting this is that I am about 6 segments away from earning my Premier Executive ranking for next year. Would they isolate those persons and discourage them from flying with them until the year is out? nI don’t know if there is any legality issue with this or not. I know that it is deceptive and should be illegal. nRandy xxxnFort Collins, ColoradoU.S.A. CLICK here to see why Ripoff Scams, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report.
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