Where do you get the best deals on plane tickets?

linnea56March 4, 2009

My daughter and a friend are flying to London in June to join a student tour group, and itÂs my job to find the flight. The tour company wanted $1300 for each round trip ticket, and I thought I could do better. But howÂI donÂt know. IÂm afraid to try Priceline for something so major. It has to be a non-stop. Plus the dates are quite specific: they have to be there for the start of the tour on the morning of June 10.

Thanks for any help!

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linda117117

Linnea, I search and search and search every site I can think of online, (expedia,travelocity,sidestep,hotwire, etc), then when i find the best one, i go to that airlines site directly and see if I can get it any cheaper. Good Luck.

    Bookmark   March 26, 2009 at 2:04PM
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stargazzer

I like Linda's way of doing it. That is the way I check out motels before I reserve. I use a travel agent to book my airline tickets and and unguided tours.

    Bookmark   March 29, 2009 at 12:24PM
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irishdancersgram

I'm like Linda, I check every site I can think of...I did just hear, flights are supposed to be a little cheaper if you book during the middle of the week....Also, I've found the cheapest is to go directly to the airline site...I've really gotten some good deals...Good luck!

    Bookmark   March 31, 2009 at 5:36PM
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