Your Browser’s Incognito Mode Isn’t Saving You Any Money on Airfare

Airfare pricing is something of a mystery. Even if you know the logic behind a price, there’s never really a good answer to why a flight from the U.S. to Europe can cost $70, while a flight from Kansas to Colorado—two states literally right next to each other—can cost more than $400. Or why the price on a flight you’re looking to book is $300 one day and $700 the next. (Or why one you booked for $1,100 is available for $650 two weeks later.) And since there isn’t a great answer, it…

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