She barely finished her kitchen remodel and off she goes
Swimpy, I have used Priceline several times when flying
to Europe. You have to give your creditcard # before booking
and they'll look for the cheapest fair.
I usually started with a very low price of $200.00 and worked
my way up. Also you can choose between non-stop, 1-stop
and 2-stop flights (don't forget to classify, if you want a non-stop flight).
So, no complaints here - I once got a flight for $ 400 to
Europe via Air Canada with 1-stop. Not bad!
Last year, I used www.flights.com
- and got a good connection with USAIR.