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Q: Any other sites to buy Airline tickets online with Union Pay?

I hate Ctrips, sucks.

 

Any other site we can use our China Union pay cards online to plane tickets? IF I pay at an agency it cost 2x's as much. Trying to visit the states during the holiday.

 

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They recently bought Ctrip, but the 2 sites still operate separately. It's cheaper than Ctrip and with more options, the only draw back is there's no English site. All the Chinese people I know use it.

 

Also try elong.com and I think agoda.com accept unionpay too.

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I don't know any other website, but I instead always look for the Chinese with Mc/Visa card, and I ask for the booking from Western websites with immediate cash Rmb refund.

In present city, Chinese dental assistant make all my online purchases, and in other cities, I was asking CMB's managers  to make my online purchases.

 

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They recently bought Ctrip, but the 2 sites still operate separately. It's cheaper than Ctrip and with more options, the only draw back is there's no English site. All the Chinese people I know use it.

 

Also try elong.com and I think agoda.com accept unionpay too.

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I second elong.   I didn't know ctrip was sucking though.... used to be decent enuf.

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Just a 2016 year update, now that foreigners can use Alipay on our cell phones I was able to pay for my plane ticket on Elong with a simple scan of my iPhone & Alipay. Soooooo easy.

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