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                                    Cheap Flights - Top 10 Tips To Save Money On Airfares
                                                                 By Shivaun Raff



    There is nothing worse than discovering that the chap next to you on the beach got here for a
fraction of the ticket price that you paid. Here are the 10 top ways to ensure you get the best airfare
deal out there, without spending days haggling with travel agents:

1. Book Early.

It is a myth that the cheapest airfares are available to those who book last minute. Rather, the best
deals are usually available about 6 months before departure, when the seats are first released for
purchase, and these disappear as availability gets more scarce. So if you're thinking of going away at
Christmas - book your flights now! (NB hotel rooms are still most likely to have their best deals at the
last minute).

2. Be Open-Minded about Airports.

Budget airlines often fly to a minor airport that is farther away from the city center than the main airport
- this saves them airport fees, which they can pass on in price savings, and you get to see unusual and
exotic regional airports!

3. Be Flexible with Dates.

Depending on the destination, it is often cheaper to travel on a Sunday or mid-week, or if you stay over
the weekend. Checking prices for dates a few days before or after you originally wanted to fly can often
have a big impact on fares. And if you really want to be away for Christmas or a particular bank holiday
weekend, then extending your stay for a few days either before or after the popular dates can save you
a lot of money.

4. Once you've been Flexible, be Consistent.

Low cost flights normally come with stringent Ts & Cs, which often include exorbitant cancellation or
change fees. Changing your mind once you've booked can be very expensive!

5. Use a Flight Search Engine.

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Flight search engines will save you lots of time and money by shopping around for you - you enter your
flight details once, and they zip off and search dozens of online travel agents and airlines
simultaneously to find you the best deal. Examples of Flight Search Engines include Kayak and
SideStep in the US and Foundem in the UK. Sites such as Expedia and Travelocity, are often mistaken
for flight search engines, but they are actually online travel agents.

Flight Search Engines make money from referral fees - this means that when you click through to buy
your bargain flight, they get a small fee for having pointed you there. Because the budget airlines tend
not to pay referral fees, most Flight Search Engines don't include the Budget Airlines such as EasyJet,
RyanAir and AerLingus in their search results. Foundem.com is the only Flight Search Engine to
include all of these budget airlines and more.

6. Use Hubs

If you're going somewhere a little bit obscure, it is often cheapest to use these tips to find a great deal
to the nearest major hub city (such as London or Dallas) and then pick up a hop to your final
destination from a low cost airline or commuter service. Make sure you leave plenty of time for the
transfer, though, as the hop airline won't be responsible if you miss your connection!

7. Avoid School Holidays

All travel gets more expensive during school holidays, including flights. If you don't have children, this
one's a no-brainer. And if you do have children, have you considered leaving them behind?

8. Don't Forget Package Holidays

While its almost always cheapest to de-couple flights and hotels for city breaks and long haul, if you're
looking for a week on a beach or on the piste, package holidays can still sometimes be the cheapest
option. Package holidays become even more likely to be the best deal if you've ignored tip number 1
and are booking last minute.

9. Look on Wednesday and Saturday Mornings.

The cheapest flights tend to sell out within hours of being released. Airlines play with their fares at any
time, but the biggest waves of fresh fare releases tend to be on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.

10. Always check the Round Trip Price, even if you're Flying One-Way

Bizarrely, one-way tickets often cost more than the return equivalent. So if you're either flying one-way,
or open-jaw (i.e. flying to one destination, then taking a train or camel and returning home from
somewhere else), always check the round trip equivalents for these fares. Make sure that the flights
you're planning to use are always the outbound ones, though, because airlines often won't let you
board for the return leg of a round-trip if you haven't actually flown the outbound leg.

Visit http://www.foundem.com for more information, including a
http://www.foundem.com/search/flightsUK.jsp and a http://www.foundem.com/search/hotelsUK.jsp.




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                                                6 Great Tips to Find Cheap Airfare
                                                                 By Rhea Tyler



Love to travel and plan trips frequently but are troubled by rising fuel prices and subsequent airfare
hikes? If your answer to that question is yes, then read on for some sure shot ways to get the best
deals and cheapest airfares available.

1. Prioritize your needs

 Is finding the cheapest airfare the most important thing on your list? Are you willing to settle for fewer
frills and have a clear idea of what you need and what you don’t? Prioritizing your needs and
preferences is the first step before you go ‘cheap airfare hunting’ and will help you compare and weigh
options as well as know which tradeoffs you are willing to make more easily.

2. Select a multi stop flight

 One of the easiest ways to get the cheapest airfare is selecting a multi stop flight. Airlines often offer
lower fares for flights with multiple stopovers or connecting flights. If you are ok with stopping at several
places before reaching your destination, then these flights can be a great way to cut down your travel
expenses.

3. Timing your booking

 If you plan to travel during peak vacation or peak travel periods, then planning your trip and booking
early can help you save significantly. Most airfares generally become more expensive in the last few
days before the travel date, so booking tickets early help during such periods.

 On the other hand, sometimes booking last minute too can actually save you money. This typically
happens when airlines are flying below their seated capacity and thus offer last minute deals to lure
travelers and fill up their flights.

4. Shop around and compare airfare deals

 There are a number of aggregator sites like http://www.cfares.com that allow you to search and
compare cheap flights and exclusive deals across all sources including airlines, wholesalers, online
travel agency sites and search engines and let you book tickets directly. A number of budget airlines
that offer really cheap airfare and that are usually less accessible can be found through such sites.

5. Recognize a good deal and book instantly

 If you see a great airfare deal, book it instantly. Special deals offered by airlines to pull in demand
typically expire within a few days or even few hours at times.

6. Be flexible

Be sure to check out airfares from and to all of the airports near you or your destination.



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 Additionally, the day you book your tickets can determine the price you pay. Several airlines offer fare
sales on specific days, usually Tuesdays and Wednesdays. In addition timing the days you fly can be
as important as timing when you plan to book. Several airlines offer cheaper airfares for flights during
the weekdays than during the weekends. So it is a good idea to check prices for different travel dates
as experimenting with your itinerary can be the key to finding cheaper airfares.

 With the abundance of information sites, tools and aggregator sites now available online, finding
cheap airfares is no longer a bewildering and frustrating experience. While there is no magic formula,
just doing your homework and following these tips can help you find some of the best deals available
online.

Rhea Tyler recommends http://www.cfares.com for Cheap Airfare and deals. Visit the site the next time
you are planning to fly and are looking for exclusive airfare deals.




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