Google now refunds you if you get the cheapest flights wrong

Google now refunds you if you get the cheapest flights wrong

Google now refunds you if you get the cheapest flights wrong

Google on Monday announced three new search features that could make planning your next vacation cheaper and easier. The features are designed to help you save money on your next flight, explore a hotel before you book it, and easily plan things to do on your trip.

Here’s what you can expect to see if you plan your next vacation with Google.

Flight Price Guarantee

Google Flights already tells you if flight prices are low or high compared to historical averages, but Google is now launching a pilot Price Guarantee program in the United States.

How it works is that Google will place a badge next to low cost flights. Google doesn’t think the price of these flights will drop, but if the price does drop, it will send you the difference through Google Pay.

The price guarantee badge (at the top) means that if your flight tickets are sold out, Google will send you the difference.


This pilot program is only available for “Book on Google” flights departing from the United States.

Discover the hotels before booking

If you use Google search on mobile to find a hotel, you can view a slideshow to explore different hotels and find the right one for you. You can save the hotels you like and also get more information about the area around particular hotels.

Find prices and book nearby activities

Finally, you can find prices for nearby attractions on Google, and you’ll also find a link to book tickets for those activities.

To view them, you must use Google search or Google Maps to find an attraction or travel agency. You’ll see the prices attached to the different attractions and companies, as well as a “Tickets” tab that displays different ways to book admission. Searching for certain attractions will also show you suggestions for similar experiences you might enjoy.

To learn more about Google, see eight new Google products expected by CNET in 2023how travel back in time with Google Maps and tips and tricks to help you save money on google drive and gmail.

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