Airfare Airfare Airfare

2 Jun

I just started looking up airfare into Sevilla, but I can’t figure out how to decide when to settle and just buy a ticket. I’ve probably searched about every airfare search engine out there, but I can’t seem to settle on a good price. Plus, do I get a 1 way or round trip? Do I fly out of Cincinnati or drive somewhere else? Do I really want to spend this much time thinking about it?

Too many questions.

But for all other deal-seeking travelers who are also delving through the google searches under “cheap airfare” I’ve found a few good deals on these websites:

kayak.com: My numero uno for looking up airfare.  This site combines information from hundreds of travel sites and then redirects you to that site for booking.

mobissimo.com: Like Kayak, this site also searches through other travel sites in order to provide consumers with a large variety of flight providers and prices.

statravel.com: This site is especially great for young people looking for global travel. It offers cheaper flights to students, teachers and anyone under 26. This site also offers travel packages and help with online visa applications.

travelpapa.com: Based out of the U.S., travelpapa.com specializes in flights to Eastern Europe by searching through multiple airline providers.

Well, that’s just the tip of the iceberg, but its a good place to start.

Lesson of the Day: Just because an add pops up advertising cheap flights, doesn’t mean you should click on it. Or call their customer helpline. Or leave them a voicemail…

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