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Booking flights months in advance

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by LucyR., Jun 11, 2012.

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  1. LucyR.

    LucyR. VIP Whale

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    I just booked Southwest airline for Sept. 3, 2012.... and for Dec. 17, 2012.

    Since I live near the Burbank airport I was able to buy round trip for each trip at $119.60 RT for each Vegas trip.

    I like to travel during the week days. I notice the rates are higher on week-ends.
    I also check the rates for Vegas hotels too. I am all set for two future Vegas trips at the Flamingo and at Caesars for DEC. Lucy
     
  2. Elvira

    Elvira Tourist

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    We booked are flights in November 2011 for our trip in October 2012. We are travelling from Europa and paid € 550,-- per persoon per ticket.
    If i check them now they are between € 750,-- and € 1100,--

    We booked the Flamingo as well, 3x a Go Deluxe room for € 400,-- a week. This is per room offcourse.

    Glad we booked them in advance because the rates are getting higher and higher each time we check it.
     
  3. Elvira

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    are is our flights!!
     
  4. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    Nothing wrong with booking eons in advance if a good rate shows up and it can be changed w/o penalty, particularly if you just hafta gotta go to a particular place at a particular time. The flip side for those who are retired or who have flexibility is to wait until last-second deals show up, and see where they might take you.
     
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