Online deal sites are sweetening deals on everything from gym socks to dorm fridges.
Social media apps partner with businesses to offer discounts.
Yard sales and flea markets are in big demand. Example: The World's Longest Yard Sale added 21 miles to this year's route.
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You'll probably have to pay regular price to get home, but you may also find a deal on return flights.
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