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nanpalmero 2,630 528 January 20, 2006 at 06:12 PM More Travelocity Deals

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Last Edited by Schooby June 11, 2015 at 01:19 PM
Many threads have been started requesting help in finding travel deals. Here are some locations that should be checked first before posting requests for additional assistance.

These are price comparison sites for airfare, hotels, cars and general travel deals: - last minute travel deals - fantastic student prices (especially airline)

This website will give you reviews of hotels, resorts and vacations from people who have stayed there:

If you want to try your hand at bidding for travel or lodging, try these out: – price provided, no names (lodging or carrier) – tells you the lodging place or carrier, but not the price

Now, wouldn't you like a cheat sheet for hotwire or priceline? Secret Why not check these great sites out to help you?

If Southwest Airlines flies to/from where you want to go, try installing their notification software that provides great prices – it has no spyware and works great. While you're there, check out their hot fares.

Here is a guide to getting a better price on car rentals:

If you want to talk travel points, miles and more, you must check out the forums at:

If you want to pick your trip by quality (speed, comfort, ease) check out:

Here are some new sites that use predictive technology to figure out how much the fare will go up or down. It is limited in its cities right now, but should be expanding in the near future.

Group Travel Planning Made Easy -

Priority Pass (gets you into airport lounges) 15% off -

Check out the great posts below for specialized travel info!

Bon Voyage! Bye

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Last Edited by dn123456 April 7, 2016 at 04:49 PM
User Submitted Deal Sites [] This site searches and compares Expedia,,, Holiday Inn, Priceline,, Marriot and more so you can always get the best price. Yapta is still BETA... it cannot store information on most airlines. But it will search for your BOUGHT tickets as well, and get you a refund if the price goes down. This is the only site that will do that. Great booking bonuses (i.e. free giftcards, etc...) Travel-Ascending Discount Travel [] [] Opens up new airline sites in popups (for thorough searches) has good vacation package rates that don't show up on the travel searches have not seen any prices better than this site [] this site has great deals they are somewhat new but have gotten a lot of press check it out
you do have to sign up first, but they will not spam you. If you are ever going on a humanitarian or mission trip (working with some kind of a non-profit), don't book your airfare until you've checked first. With contracts from airlines for (oftentimes significantly) lower fares if it qualifies as a humanitarian flight. They can also book air originating from any country, not just the USA.

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Let me get my two cents in here too because there is one thing that hasn't been covered:

What does travel always end with? Parking!

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1) scours hundreds of online sources for the cheapest fare available. The more flexible you are on time and destination, the better your chances of finding a great deal. Search for dates up to three days before and after your ideal travel dates or on any weekends in the next year. And with the site's Explore tool, you can scan a world map for all the places you can reach within a specified per-ticket price range. It also lets you specify your preferred flight time, vacation activities (beach, gamble, golf or ski?) and weather (based on temperatures).
Kayak can also help you bite the bullet and buy your ticket, or not, with its "price predictor," which forecasts whether fares will go up or down. Enter your desired itinerary and the site will return a list of flight options, along with a recommendation to either buy now or wait for a fare drop. But the tool is not omniscient. Predictions appear with confidence rates and are limited to certain cities, round-trip, coach flights and specific time frames depending on your departure and arrival cities.
2) AirfareWatchdog works best for travelers ready to take off at the drop of a deal. The site has actual people lurking on airline Web sites in anticipation of fare sales. They sign up for rewards programs to snag promotional codes and discount offers that can be passed on to AirfareWatchdog users. Plus, the site includes fares from Southwest, Allegiant and other small airlines that may not appear on bigger search sites such as Kayak.
(Also, in November 2014, the site added a new service, Hotelwatchdog, which fetches hotel listings that offer great values, meaning they have prices lower than similar nearby hotels, good locations and favorable TripAdvisor reviews.)
3) will help you build an inexpensive, overseas flight plan by using local, budget airlines — a great way to save on international travel. Select your overseas starting point, end point or both, and the site will list airlines you've probably never heard of that service each route. For example, if you search for flights from Bangkok to Beijing, you'll get options from China Eastern and Hainan Airlines.
4) Several major airlines, such as American, AirTran and Jetblue, will refund you the difference, usually in the form of travel credits or vouchers, if the fare falls below what you paid for your ticket. Enter your flight information at, and the site tracks the fares for you. If the price dips below the threshold your specify, Yapta will shoot you an e-mail or Tweet and walk you through how to collect your refund.
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wow, how did u guys find these website , awesome Smilie
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I would also add as an easy to use flight tool similar to Kayak.
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I already have my airfare but I need savings for amusements, hotels, rental cars, etc.
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Thanks for the links
i need VAC
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I am looking for flight deals (DFW to MAA) preferably dec 15 - Jan 22. Any suggestions. Cheapest I can get is 1600USD.
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Whats the cheapest best way to get flight with cancellation insurance
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