It may only be March, but the first Summer airfare sales are already here. AirTran, US Airways, United, Delta and American Airlines are all offering sale prices on flights through November 16th. That’s right, November 16th! That’s like 200 days!
So what’s the catch? Well, the airfare sale period only lasts for 2-days. In general, tickets have to be purchased by midnight Thursday. There are also blackout dates around Memorial Day and other holidays. Also, you may need to make a connection or travel to a smaller, alternative airport to get the lowest fares.
We made note of AirTran’s sale yesterday. However, if you want dig around for the other sale prices (and you will have to dig a bit), you can find them here:
Here’s some more travel news you can use:
- If you’re a fan of “The Bachelor” on ABC and are wondering where Jason and Molly are heading for their honeymoon - our friends at Down Under Answers are booking their trip and are telling all. Check out their new Web page that has all the honeymoon details.
- Have you’ve ever been curious about the U.S. govenment’s mysterious “no-fly” list – including how people get on or off the list? Well, the Associated Press has revealed some of the Voodoo behind it all. You might say that some people are dying to be de-listed, but never will be. (Envision wringing hands and maniacal laughter.)