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Old February 21st, 2012, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Trip View Post
I got sticker shock,when I booked my Florida fights for next month. Some prices were over a grand,which is unreal. Also, they were not nonstop.

November is the beginning of high season there, so unless you join say, the Spirit airline club or similar,find a price you can live with and book. At one time there used to be a better time of year for future flights to book, in my opinion, that is just not the case anymore...one hint though...try and book on a Wednesday, they say the prices are the best that day.

Great advice there. I just booked a flight to San Francisco for our September cruise. I figure the fuel prices are only going to go up driving up the costs of flights so I might as well book now since the price was around what I had budgeted ($550/pp after taxes and fees). Now I don't have to worry about checking the sites every day and can just count the days until the cruise.
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