United Decides to Honor Computer Glitch Tickets – Wall St. Cheat Sheet


One of United’s last 767-200’s lands at Cleveland this past May. Photo: George Mihalek – OPShots Contributor.//

Earlier this week, United Continental NYSE:UAL experienced a computer glitch that allowed customers to mistakenly book cross-country flights for less than $10, leading onlookers, as well as those customers who were able to purchase ultra low-price tickets, to wonder whether United would end up honoring the bookings. But Bloomberg reports that United has now decided to honor those tickets.Mary Clark, a spokeswoman for Chicago-based United, said in an email, “United has reviewed the error that occurred yesterday and decided that, based on these specific circumstances, we will honor the tickets.” United isn’t revealing exactly how many tickets were sold during the computer system glitch.

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