First time posting here. I have a question on if Continental (or any airline in general) offer some kind of "price protection" or airline credits when they dropped their fare after I had purchased it. Specifically, i had bought a r/t ticket oncontinental.com from EWR->LHR way back in april (4/8) for traveling on 5/25/11 from EWR->LHR and returning on 5/30 LHR->EWR and the total price of that airfare was $1050. That was the going rate for like a week before then and so I finally just booked it. Today I was checking the price oncontinental.com and it has now dropped to $833 (so $200+ less). Is there any recourse to this, would complaining/asking CO about this help (maybe get a airline credit for the difference)? Or this is just the price you pay for trying to book in advance instead of waiting for later Does anyone have similar experience (buyer's remorse for early purchase) and ways to deal with Continental on how to possibly recoup the loss?