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.
AAA survey shows more than 34 million people will hit the road -- a 4.2% increase.
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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.
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