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Is Travelocity Safe : HOW TO GET CHEAP FLIGHTS

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Is Travelocity Safe

HOW TO GET CHEAP FLIGHTS

HOW TO GET CHEAP FLIGHTS

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  1. Not all flights are cheap when the Website deceives you! Here is the latest scam from @t.  We booked tickets to London England through Iceland through Flighthub. They were issued as "Premium Economy".  Under Baggage allowance details with "Economy Regular" one bag per person is included with Icelandair. We thought we were good. We ended up paying $584 in baggage fees for 3 legs of the flights. Contacted Flighthub for a refund. Their story is that they have 4 levels of tickets:  1)Economy 2)Premium Economy 3) BusinessClass and 4) First class and none of them includes ANY bags.  Its in their fine print!  In other words, Flighthub labels their tickets irrespective of what class of seat is booked with the airlines.  BUYER DEFINATELY BEWARE. I have decided to spend another $580 on google adwords to warn people when they Google Flighthub, and spend a few hrs on placing the info in the media – facebook, twitter, youtube….it will make me feel better.

  2. Be flexible on dates, times, and destinations.
    I wanted the Atlantis in Nassau. I got Hays Kansas. In December. Its amazing how much money I saved. Instead of swimming with dolphins I got to frolic in a flat field with frostbite. Who needs hot girls in bikinis when you have uncle bubba in stained thermals. My self esteem exploded when I learned I have a purdy mouth. Our resort had endless moonshine and dysentery. In nassau we could have feed stingrays. But we couldn’t have fed cows. Amazing value. So happy I was flexible on dates and destinations. My upcoming trip to North Korea will no doubt be amazing.

  3. According to http://www.Flightsbird.com 'is annual airfare analysis, "the prices of the flight fluctuating on average every 4.5 days and each change goes approx $30 up and down." This implies that booking a cheap flight nothing else but the game of timing. They recently experient the costlier practice of being an early bird when purchasing a plane ticket, and realized that last minute flights cleverly curb your spontaneity when booking upcoming trips.

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