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Tips to Finding Really Cheap Airline Tickets


Finding really cheap airline tickets online

Looking for a really good deal on flights? Here are some of the best strategies used to find really cheap airline tickets online.

1) Really Cheap Airline Tickets: Last minute flights

Often you'll find really cheap airline tickets posted at the last minute. Airline hate having open seats and they will often announce a really cheap airline ticket deal hours or somethings a few days before take-off.

2) Really Cheap Airline Tickets: Be Flexible

When you're looking for really cheap airline tickets the best way to begin your search is but setting yourself a target price. Once you've found a really cheap airline ticket, you should work your travel dates around to accommodate the airline ticket special.

3) Really Cheap Airline Tickets: Alternative Airports

Using nearby airports is one of the easiest ways to find really cheap airline tickets.

Shop around for airports since flying into a secondary airport of a major city may be cheaper. For travel to San Francisco, check the fares to Oakland or San Jose. For Chicago, check Midway. For Los Angeles, check Long Beach and Ontario. For Washington, D.C., check Baltimore. For New York City, check Newark.

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