Automatic flight and hotel price protection.
New service uses legal loopholes to get you the cheapest possible flights and refundsHow many times have you booked a flight only to discover a few days later that the price just dropped? If only you had waited... Those days are gone now, and you can book away without paying much attention to the price, as long as you're going to use a new service called DoNotPay.
A 'robot lawyer' chatbot can now offer you protection against volatile airline pricesA chatbot can now offer you protection against volatile airline prices. It's the same bot, DoNotPay, that helped users protest parking tickets and even sue Equifax for small sums of money. Joshua Browder, a junior at Stanford University, designed the new service on the bot in a few months, after experiencing rapidly fluctuating airline prices when flying to California during the wildfires last year.
A new tool uses legal loopholes to get you cheaper flights by checking prices 17,000 times a dayA new service hopes to save users hundreds of dollars on plane tickets by automatically exploiting legal loopholes. Robot legal service DoNotPay attempts to rebook and get partial refunds on flights if their prices drop. It's free to use, and users get to keep 100% of their savings.
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