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Thinking of Taking a Trip? Some Airline Tickets Are on Sale

While most airlines have supersized their ticket prices to cover rising fuel costs others have begun to reduce rates on certain routes in an attempt to bump up demand. The New York Times put together a sale list that highlights bargains that could spark a little wanderlust in any homebody. The best deals include:

  • American Airlines and its affiliate, American Eagle, have been offering some low fares to the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Mexico and Bermuda. The deals, which are good for travel between Sept. 2 and Dec. 10, include round-trip tickets as low as $152 from Miami to Port of Spain or Trinidad and Tobago. The prices don't include taxes and the sale ends today.

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  • JetBlue just announced its annual fall sale, with one-way fares as low as $79 between Austin, Tex., and Fort Lauderdale; $109 between Boston and Chicago; and $169 between Long Beach, Calif., and Washington. Most of the sales, though, are out of Kennedy Airport in New York, including one-way fares from $149 to Denver; $155 to Cancún; $59 to Charlotte, N.C.; and $159 to Las Vegas.
  • Air France extended the book-by date of a late-Summer and early-Fall sale to Europe to Aug. 5. Round-trip fares include New York to Paris from $628, Philadelphia to Madrid from $706 and Boston to Prague from $720, including fuel surcharges, but not taxes and security fees.
  • All the greatest bargains are announced midweek and do come with restrictions, like blackout weekends around holidays. Check out the whole guide for more details.


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brownbaby brownbaby 8 years
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bellaressa bellaressa 8 years
Thanks for the heads up TheMissus.
TheMissus TheMissus 8 years
Ummm... I agree 100% that great airline ticket deals can be found out there. But... With regards to any travel site that says it "has deals" on flights to Europe that "don't include the taxes and fees" in the advertised price... THEY ARE A SHAM. The taxes and fees can DOUBLE the cost of the ticket once you make it ot the final booking page where you hit "Submit." Just be wary people. What you think is a $500 ticket to Paris could end up being a $900 tickets once everything is added in at the end.
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