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Airline Mistake Offers $0 Tickets, Will Honor If 'Appropriate'
This is not the first time this has happened. A similar mistake happened in May 2002 when a fare sale accidentally appeared as a $5 round-trip ticket for about 45 minutes. In 2008, United accidentally stopped charging a fuel surcharge that was as much as $130. In that case, the airline honored the price of tickets sold without the surcharge.
But what about those unbelievably low fares? Will United honor the obviously incorrect pricing?
"As always, we will do what is appropriate," United Continental Holdings Inc. spokeswoman Megan McCarthy told the Huffiington Post.