Google now offers price guarantee for flight bookings

Sounds fantastic! This price guarantee feature will give you more confidence when booking a flight through Google.

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After you book on Google, Google will keep monitoring the price until take-off, and if it drops, you'll automatically get the difference back.

On the Google Flights front, the price-tracking chart has been updated to include specific figures for an itinerary, showing whether the current lowest fares are cheap, expensive, or typical for the season. These should all roll out to Google Travel in the coming weeks.

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The offer represents the latest push by the tech giant to expand its reach, and comes as the company adds more personalized travel-related services. This is valid for certain trips originating in the U.S. booked between August 13th and September 2nd, though Google didn't reveal which specific flights are eligible.

Yes, Google will monitor the price and if the price drops any time before your departure, you'll receive an email to inform you once your flight takes off. When you look for hotels on the Google Travel website, click on "Where to stay" to see a description of each neighborhood in your destination, along with the average hotel prices.

Aside from the promotion, longer-term features on google.com/travel, are aimed to give more pricing data. It will also predict pricing for the next few days. Apart from this, users will also get recommendations for the best hotels, restaurants, and other places of interest at their destination. To recall, the Google Trips app was shut down earlier this week, and the move to introduce new features to Flights does seem like fallout from the decision.

"You can also add notes to the places on your list to make sure your loved ones know exactly what you liked, did, and ate", the statement said.

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