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Written by Kerry Emrich

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Every airline has a ‘special offers’ page on their web site. Do you check them out regularly for cheap airfare deals or at all before booking a flight?

If you bookmark all ofrepparttar airlines catering to your geographic area, and any areas that you plan on traveling to, many of these ‘special fares’ will be better (in most cases, much better) than any search engine cheap airfare peek-a-boo that you do.

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Cheap Airfare Tip 3: Choose a Different Airport

Instead of having a fixed destination, why not look atrepparttar 149988 major airports NEAR where you plan on traveling? This one simple task can instantly change a so-so fare into cheap airfare. Think about it for a bit – if you are planning to travel to Montreal, why not look at New York’s airport instead? It’s a couple of hours drive more, sure – butrepparttar 149989 savings you’ll have could be enormous.

Almost all ofrepparttar 149990 special fares forrepparttar 149991 US for any international flights are based out of New York, or Orlando. So why pay hundreds of dollars more for something that may cost you a bit more time?

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