sort by pricing = problem solved.
dynamic pricing means that you, as a mac user, would see the same exact list of hotels that I would as a PC user, but that the prices on your list would be higher simply because you're a mac user.
Sorting by price does nothing to change that.
this is what i'm trying to figure
If it were simply a matter of sorting would it even be news?
Say a PC user is shown 15 results for a particular accommodation
is the Mac shown 12 with the 3 cheapest already filtered out?
No. Imagine that you and I want to buy a new phone and go to a phone store where the prices are not shown.
You walk into the phone store and start browsing the iPhones. Because you are a wearing a nice suit the sales people tell you that the price of the iPhones are $100. They know you have money so they bump up the prices to make more money off you.
I walk into the same store wearing flip flops, shorts, and a wife beater. Because I look like a bum, they know I probably don't have money, BUT they still want to sell me an iPhone to make money. So they lower the price of the iPhone to $60 for me.
Even though we were both in the same store, looking at the same phones, they charged you more because they felt you would pay more.
Airlines do the same thing but in this case they use the type of computer you use as an indicator of your wealth.
Does that make sense?