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|Click on any of the Airline Reservation sites above to get your ticket and chances are you will pay at least $200 more for your ticket than necessary -- unless you check Internet Air Fares first. One airline won't tell you of a better deal on another, but we will -- and we'll tell you how to get it.
|Unlike "Internet Only" fares, these are regularly published airfares available from any travel agent or airline ticket counter. Not only will you find the lowest fares published each business day among the top 50 metro airports in the U.S. and Canada, but you'll also find a lot more:
With hundreds of thousands of new fares coming into the airline systems each day, mistakes are bound to happen. Sometimes it is as simple as dropping the last digit off a fare (as when American posted a First Class roundtrip fare between Southern California (Orange County) and Cincinnati for $200 instead of $2,000). Sometimes its a low fare meant for night flights -- but allowing it for daytime travel as well. United's latest goof was on Jan 31 with roundtrip fares to Paris, Hong Kong, etc for under $30. Two years ago United posted $0 (that's zero) fares between Denver and New York, Washington, Chicago, Atlanta Baltimore and Dallas, etc. After adding assorted taxes and fees you could have traveled round trip for about $16 -- if you had exploited it early. The mistake was withdrawn within 6 hours.
SHORT-TERM FARE CUTS:
Airlines closely monitor each other's fares and are quick to react anytime another airline introduces a low fare to poach on its "cash cow" routes. The usual technique is to plop a low fare into the middle of a "cash cow" route of the offending airline. Delta and United slugged it out on the Honolulu routes out of Atlanta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Miami, Minneapolis and St Louis the last of February with fares as low as $310 round trip. Sometimes it is an introductory fare, or a fare intended to "test" a particular market. In some cases we have seen limited-time fares (e.g. East Coast fares around $212 roundtrip to Hawaii for Pearl Harbor Day or fares around Mardi Gras, the Boston Marathon, etc.). And, frankly, there are fare cuts lasting just a few hours for which there are no stated reasons.
|Hundreds of other examples are all over the place for regular fares like these. Some of these fares are here for a day or two, a few for a day or less. We catch them and list them so you can use them along with the other lowest benchmark fares in up to eight categories.
|In particular, check out the Worldspan Reservation capability (through our RESERVATION CENTER link above).
|All fares listings include a summary of major restrictions so that you may adjust your travel plans to take advantage of the lowest possible fares.
|Check out the "BIG FARE CUTS" to see if your home city is listed. If it is, the listing will tell you how many major fare cuts have taken place overnight. Click on your city name for a list of the fare cut destinations and prices.
|Select your home city from the list below (just click on your city name) to go right to the full set of fare listings. Here you'll find the lowest fares to the top 50 metro airports. If there have been major fare cuts overnight, a link to the fare cut summary appears at the top of the page.
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