When One-Ways are Better
Usually, it makes sense to book roundtrip flights when you can—but not always, like if you’re booking flights and you aren’t completely sure of your plans. If there’s a chance that you might not take your outbound flight but you’re positive you’ll take your return, consider booking two one-way tickets instead of a roundtrip. It’s usually the same price, and it will ensure that if you miss/skip the outbound, you won’t lose your return ticket as well (as that’s how the airlines operate).
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