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UA: TPA/MCO-SEA/YVR/PDX mid $200s

UA: TPA/MCO-SEA/YVR/PDX mid $200s

Old May 26, 17, 10:36 am
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UA: TPA/MCO-SEA/YVR/PDX mid $200s

Plenty of availability throughout the year, yielding less than 4 cpm (if routed through EWR), and some with same day turns.
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Old May 29, 17, 12:43 pm
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Is it available in reverse? Domestic deals usually are. I don't really need a flight to TPA/MCO but Florida is always nice, so it might be worth it either way to drive down form YVR.
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Old May 29, 17, 10:50 pm
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Originally Posted by drvannostren View Post
Is it available in reverse? Domestic deals usually are. I don't really need a flight to TPA/MCO but Florida is always nice, so it might be worth it either way to drive down form YVR.
I'm seeing AA from YVR for $300 CAD (MCO) and $364 (TPA) throughout the summer, but can't seem to find any similar UA fares for the reverse routing (from YVR anyways).

Might be available from SEA, though.
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Old May 30, 17, 2:16 pm
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Originally Posted by drvannostren View Post
Is it available in reverse? Domestic deals usually are. I don't really need a flight to TPA/MCO but Florida is always nice, so it might be worth it either way to drive down form YVR.
Fairly limited from SEA from what I can see, though with better availability on August and September through SFO/IAH/ORD/(some DEN) with some same-day turns as low as $238.
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Old May 31, 17, 10:16 pm
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Originally Posted by steveman518 View Post
Fairly limited from SEA from what I can see, though with better availability on August and September through SFO/IAH/ORD/(some DEN) with some same-day turns as low as $238.
It looks like that $238 is a United 'N' (Basic Economy) fare. One will have to spend about $50 more for a fare that earns PQM, PQS, etc.
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Old Jun 3, 17, 10:33 am
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It looks like that $238 is a United 'N' (Basic Economy) fare. One will have to spend about $50 more for a fare that earns PQM, PQS, etc.
I had booked this, for around 250, so when I saw your post I panicked (well, kind of). I checked and mine was booked in K; phew.. Have to watch out for that dreaded N fare from now on.
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