Hail to the age of transparency:CO rewards website now shows taxes

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  1. 7Continents
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    Amazing - went to check out rewards options and the CO website now shows taxes in addition to all classes of service you are actually getting with your redemption. It's a new age !
     
  2. Travelsavant
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    Yep, saw that this morning when checking award flights - amazing & very useful.
     
  3. Wandering Aramean
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    It was on the preview site and is very cool. TK inventory is now officially included in the inventory listed on the site. :cool:
     
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    nice changes. I have been using the CO site for reward bookings and have to admit I do like it a lot!
     
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  5. HeathrowGuy
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    The COurageous Leader is on a roll!
     
  6. violist
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    So why don't they do this with the regular tickets? Until recently, UA
    quoted the all-in price from the getgo.
     
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    Because others don't and it makes the CO/UA options look more expensive.
     
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    has there been a word on which engine will be available after the merger? Seems a shame to modify the more user friendly CO site if it is going away...
     
  9. 2wheels

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    The CO engine will be staying, from what I have heard.
     
  10. Wandering Aramean
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    Correct.
     
  11. Flyer1976
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    I like this bonus addition, it tells me to avoid Germany and their outrageous taxes when trying to book award travel intra-europe.
     
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    All hail onepass!:)
     
  13. HeathrowGuy
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    All hail The COurageous Leader, lodestar of the airline industry.
     
  14. violist
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    My points:
    1. Who are these Romanes? Where's this age of transparency?
    2. UA did this for years - since United Connection at least -, while
    other airlines did the smarmy thing; did it take UA that long to
    get with the program?
     

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