Top 10 sites to find deals on Air Fare

Summer’s coming soon and it’s already getting time to plan your family vacation. So far, you know you have a budget and you’re afraid that it may cost too much out of the budget to fly. Don’t be afraid, use the following sites to keep flying in your budget.

Get Going: The site Hotwire is used to book a room at a hotel in a destination you’re traveling to. You don’t know what hotel you’re going to get until the site books it for you. Getgoing is set up similar to Hotwire though it is used to pick flights instead of hotels.

Flight Fox: Flightfox is a site that allows people to compete to find you the best deal. Post your travel plans and real Flightfox users will compete to get you the best deal. When the best deal is found, you’ll pay $24 or more depending on the deal and the winning Flightfox user will take home 75%.

FlyinAway: Flyinaway is a new website which allows travelers to figure out their own travel pricing. However, one person is not just allowed to price a flight. FlyinAway is a competitive website for multiple people. This means that people can bid and compete on the same flight.

Hipmunk: Hipmunk is a new site that allows people to book flights or hotels to get rid of agony. The site also contains city guides for several well-known cities including London, England and Miami, Florida.

Geneo: Geneo is actually a mobile app, which was created by the creators of the program CheapOair. It is only available as the mobile app and is perfect for people who need to book flights and are constantly on the go.

Momondo: Momondo is a very colorful site, which searches across airfare sites. The site recommends airlines based on which is cheaper. This means that you could be on one airline for a flight out and a different flight back home.

Bing Travel: Bing Travel uses “tips,” tell you whether to buy the ticket or wait to buy. When using the site, you can filter by airline, specific airports, duration of trip and “flight quality.”

Google Flights: Google Flights is Google’s own flight searching program.  Google Flights works best on domestic flights throughout the United States of America.  International flights are not included in the search engine by Google.

Yapta: Have you spent money on a flight and found out the next day it was discounted? To find out that the flight is cheaper after you booked it must be disappointing. Yapta wants to get rid of this disappointment. If you use Yapta and you find out that the flight you booked is cheaper, then Yapta will get you the difference back.

Adioso: Adioso is built for travelers who have a very flexible itinerary.  If you want to go somewhere and are flexible then Adioso is for you. The site is very good for giving you outlined plans based on a flexible location and span of days.

When it’s time to plan your vacation, use the sites above. They’ll help keep flying in your vacation budget this summer.

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