Three Ways to Get Cheap Airfare

Written by Kerry Emrich

Three Ways to Get Cheap Airfare Before you start planning your getaway, have you tried and of these thress different ways to get discounted airfare?

This article has been written to give you a way to planrepparttar best vacation youíve ever had while gettingrepparttar 149987 cheapest airfare possible. Cheap Airfare Tip 1: Overbooking

Itís a fact of cheap airfare travel these days. If you have a flight, it will most likely be overbooked. But instead of taking this situation as a frustrating time waster, why not get free, or at least discounted airfare out ofrepparttar 149988 deal instead? Hereís how to do it.

First, callrepparttar 149989 day before your flight, and find out if itís been overbooked. If so, make sure to get torepparttar 149990 airport 90 minutes before you are supposed to originally. You want to berepparttar 149991 first in line! Since legally airlines are required to ask for volunteers before bumping people, offer to be bumped, but not without some discounted airfare negotiations.

First of all, quote Rule number 240 (no need to knowrepparttar 149992 details, but airline workers know this rule!), using it to prove thatrepparttar 149993 next available flight is yours, whether or not itís withrepparttar 149994 same airline.

Then, depending on how long you need to stay inrepparttar 149995 airport will determine what kind of vouchers or freebies you should receive forrepparttar 149996 time spent.

Two hours delay should at least get you a meal voucher, if not some sort of discounted airfare. If you play your cards right, you may even be able to get two or more free flights during your wait, depending on how long you are kept onrepparttar 149997 sidelines. A little bit manipulative, but itís an excellent way to get free, or discounted airfare. Just donít forget to bring lots of reading material. Cheap Airfare Tip 2: Special Offers

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