Finding low-cost holiday airfare requires grit and determination, so use these tips to help blaze your way through the thicket of fluctuating prices.
No, Virginia, fares for holiday flights won't be going down any time soon. But apart from booking early, there are still a few ways to bag the best travel deal.
Marketers would like you to think you're getting awesome deals over the Labor Day weekend, but better deals are to be had if you can hold out until after Thanksgiving.
It seems fees are everywhere, but it may not cost you much -- or anything at all -- to get a seat where you'll be more comfortable.
According to one travel website, sales of late-November tickets are 22% higher than this time last year. In other words, the cheapest seats are already taken.
It's not perfect, but it allows some customers to absorb a higher share of the cost of flying, experts suggest.
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