United to Honor Cheap Flights Booked During Error


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United Airlines will honor the tickets some lucky customers purchased during a computer glitch Thursday, according to Reuters.

Thursday, the airline mistakenly offered tickets for $0 to $10 on its website. Many of the flights were in and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

United Airlines spotted the error after about two hours and temporarily shut down the website until the error was fixed.

Friday, United Airlines tweeted that the bargain fares will stand.

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