anax - 3:47 am on Apr 13, 2006 (gmt 0)
I've read that the common travel sites that regular folks like me would visit (t----city, etc.) will take note of your visit in a cookie, and if you check back the next day the prices will have been raised because now you're regarded as an easy mark. Does anyone know for a fact whether this is so? (I suppose you could check from your machine and simultaneously from a different, unused machine and see if they give you different prices.) I have to book a rather expensive flight next month, and can't afford to make browser mistakes that will cost me $100s.