After Jacking My Honeymoon Cost, Expedia Makes Good

Last week we posted a complaint from Shawn, who said his honeymoon was ruined when Expedia sold him a $3,000 all-inclusive trip to Grand Cayman then left him on the hook for an extra $2,160 when it turned out the vacation was about half-inclusive.

Shortly after we posted the story, a PR rep working on behalf of Expedia stepped up. We forwarded her info to Shawn, who wrote yesterday gleeful that the company refunded the extra $2,160.

What’s the most money you ever shamed a company into returning to you?

Previously: Expedia’s Mistakes Nearly Doubled The Cost Of My Honeymoon

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