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November 03, 2010


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There's also -- "better flight search" by far. It becomes a lot easier to find good deals when you can actually see all of the deals at once instead of having to jump between 18 different websites.

I saw the original post and was already using I think getting alerts from them and your local airport is pretty good advice. If you subscribe to different threads by Airfarewatchdog and you're really frugal and adventurous, you can even learn about an amazing deal and plan your vacation that way to save a ton of money. I saw $600 tickets from Boston to Beijing recently and saw $250 tickets from multiple cities to Belize.

Airlines tend to change their pricing on Tuesdays. It's a good day to watch for price reductions.

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