I'll be flying to Orlando, FL this Sunday. I've shopped online for the best prices (through Cheaptickets, Expedia) and I've found that flying out of Nashville is cheaper than out of Memphis for this particular trip. Here are some bits of info: I am 70 miles from Memphis and 120 miles from Nashville; the flight from Nashville connects to Memphis then to Orlando; the flight in Nashville leaves at 6:30am going to Memphis; the Memphis-Orlando flight leaves at 9:10am; the Memphis/Orlando flight is roughly $175 cheaper than the Nashville/Memphis/Orlando flight. What is extremely odd is that the Nashville-Memphis flight apparently costs -$175 because the MEM/ORL flight is the exact same one in both instances. I've been told that you wouldn't be allowed (in this specific example) to purchase the NASH/ORL ticket and just go to Memphis and get on the connecting flight - they'd forbid you to do this. Being it's the exact same flight and that you have a ticket -for- that flight, I don't see how the airlines could do this. Anyone?