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  1. Robert F
    Robert F at |

    Bookmarked! This is a thorough and well written guide. It is timely and very much appreciated. For dummies like me, it might be worth noting that using Greasemonkey scripts requires that the installation of Greasemonkey. Here’s where I got it for Firefox:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/

  2. cruisr
    cruisr at |

    Great tool. If UA/CO would only not have all the upgrade buckets at 0 I would be happy. Every time I search for something and check the fare classes all I see are R, RN, etc as 0 availability.

  3. W Fare Availability Limited - Is it just me? - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] V at $1624 round trip if you specify that V fares are acceptable, too. See also my post here on how to make the new united.com site show GPU-eligible fares. __________________ Wandering Aramean | Twitter | Lounge Guide | Travel Tools | World Heritage […]

  4. PeppermintPattie
    PeppermintPattie at |

    Seth,
    I’m confused. Re. UA fare buckets: which one of these allows a platinum to upgrade to next level without using miles:
    R/RN; PN; JN.
    I don’t understand the relevance of the fare codes: when I search without specifying codes, I get cheaper fares plus noted upgrades (R/RN).
    I have loaded all your scripts & they are lovely.
    Many thanks.

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  6. Easing the United upgrade search a wee bit - The Wandering Aramean

    […] It isn’t much, but the new GreaseMonkey script I’ve got will let you skip that page which asks which segments you’re interested in. I honestly have no idea why United asks anyways rather than just searching for the whole trip from the get-go but they do. Load up this script and after you submit the advanced form it will just jump straight to the search results. Also, if you want to force the site to only show GPU-eligible fare classes as part of the Advanced Search …. […]

  7. Brian
    Brian at |

    I used this excellent script to book couple of fights — now that i’m planning summer 2013 holidays again I’ve reloaded the script but the fare buckets are no longer being shown — am I missing something or has dot-Bomb some how blocked this brilliant script?

  8. Why V is cheaper than W? - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] at the same time rather than only one. I actually wrote a GreaseMonkey/TamperMonkey script to automate the process of adding the GPU-eligible fares in to the united.com page, just to save a bit of time. __________________ Travel Tales | Cash Back on Booking Twitter | […]