Best Travel Sites to Save Airfare Money

  

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Are you looking for deals online for plane tickets, domestic or abroad? These are the best travel sites to visit to get the best bargains online and make the most of your money and holidays. These websites are free to use, which is always a bonus.

Kayak.com searches hundreds of online sources for the cheapest fare available. Your chances of getting a good deal increases the more flexible you are in terms of time and destination. Search for dates up to three days before and after your ideal travel dates and you'll improve your chances of getting a good bargain.
The site also features an Explore tool, allowing you to 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 and weather.
If you need further advice as to when to buy your tickets,the website also offers a price predictor that allows you to know when the prices will be at their lowest. However, this tool is not omniscient and it is limited to certain cities, round-trip, coach flights and specific time frames depending on your departure and arrival cities.
For those searching the Web for a deal and are ready to purchase a ticket as soon as they find a good bargain, AirfareWatchdog is the best website for this. Here users 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.
This site also offers another service called Hotelwatchdog, which searches hotel listings that offer great values, so they have prices lower than similar nearby hotels and good locations.
WhichBudget.com is great for those users eager to save on international travel. The website allows you to build an inexpensive, overseas flight plan by using local, budget airlines. The way it works is that you select your overseas your starting point, end point or both and the site will list airlines you've probably never heard of. So if you travel for one city to another in a foreign country, you'll get best fares offered by local airlines in that country.
There are many major airlines that will refund you the difference if the fare falls below what you paid for your ticket. The best way to keep track of these fares is by entering your information at Yapta.com. If the price falls below the threshold you specify, Yapta will shoot you an e-mail or Tweet and walk you through how to collect your refund.
Priceline.com uses a system where you can Name Your Own Price for flights. This allows you to haggle for the price you want. So you name your price for a flight and you bid on it, which might be the price you expected, better or worse, but at least it allows you to attempt to get a good deal, particularly when it comes to to expensive flights like international ones.

 

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