What are Mixed Fares
Mixed Fares are the same as regular flights, but instead of purchasing one round-trip ticket, you seamlessly purchase multiple one-way tickets.
Advantages of Mixed Fares
Mixed Fares can provide several advantages over regular fares, including:
- Cheaper Flights - Purchasing multiple one-way flights can be cheaper than purchasing one round-trip flight. By mixing various carriers and fare types, we can find you the cheapest option.
- Better Routes - Since we are no longer constrained by the fares the airlines put in place, we can find more flexible and convenient routes.
Things to Know When Booking Mixed Fares
While Mixed Fares provide a lot of advantages, there are some things to keep in mind when booking Mixed Fare flights:
- Multiple Tickets - You will be issued multiple tickets with different confirmation numbers for each flight.
- Cancellations - If you need to cancel a flight, you will need to cancel each ticket separately. Our one-click cancellations make this very simple.
- Support Fees - Changes, modifications, and all other fees will apply to each ticket individually. For a list of fees, please visit the Support Page.
- Airline Changes - If one of your flights is delayed, changed, or canceled by the airline, this will not affect the other flight.
How to Book Mixed Fares
If your company has enabled Mixed Fares, simply search for a round trip or multi-city flight. The Mixed Fare results will show up alongside regular flights. They will be denoted by abadge beneath the price.
If you want to filter only show Mixed Fares or hide Mixed Fares, you can adjust the filters on the left-hand side of the search results.
Although these flights will be presented as a single round-trip flight, Mixed Fares aren’t interline fares - each leg must be booked separately.
Once you decide to purchase a Mixed Fare flight, you will see multiple one-way flights in your cart. Similarly, once the flights are purchased, you will see multiple one-way flights on your Trips page.