Thoughts on which site are the least bastards/have the best prices?
expedia has great reivews..hotwire is best for hotels. southwest.com is best for flights.
The only problem with southwest.com is that then you have to actually fly Southwest Airlines.
www.mobissimo.com searches several sites at once for you.
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Southwest has direct flights from Baltimore to Vegas. When I go to Vegas, I put up with the 3 hour layovers and connecting flights that other airlines offer specifically so I can avoid flying on Southwest.The only problem with southwest.com is that then you have to actually fly Southwest Airlines.
They're ok on short flights. If you set your expectations low. Cross country, though, man, i'd rather walk.
crowded planes, gotta fight and scramble for a decent seat, and no food or entertainment or anything.
Speaking of flights, I just got a roundtrip ticket to Hawaii from LA over Labor Day weekend for $340 total. So I pretty much rule.
i always fly JetBlue.
Even with that whole disaster in February, I m still a loyal JetBlue customer.
I am going to get so blown to Cypress Hill while they play.
how is Air Nunavut anyway?
from LA to SF. fucking drive.
i usually just use Orbitz.com
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i use sidestep.com to compare rates of all airlines.
i heard travelzoo.com was pretty legit
farecompare.com has airfare deal alerts, they send to your email any fare changes or new ones, hours before they appear in the other websites.
priceline.com still always works for me and gives me the cheapest rates. I check with airlines and expedia after and priceline is always the cheapest - so I go with them.
However - you can't easily refund or switch tickets with them. It's pretty much a done deal. Still - it's at least 50 cheaper than any area airline - check it out.
United air miles. I increased my limit on my business visa then I put it all into a pay-pal money market account at 4-5% (I dont't remember.) Then I gained about 175 dollars a month and after 6 months I had about $1050 and a shitload of air miles all using someone elses money....I did have to pay around 300 in fees but I made money and free air miles.....suckaz.