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Bargain Airfare For The Holidays
by Chris Malone,posted Oct 2 2013 5:03AM
It's hard to believe it but Thanksgiving and Christmas are a couple months away. So if you are planning to travel by air, here are some important dates on when to get the lowest price. Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare says that the prices of flight in fall usually take a dip because kids are back at school, and airlines stuggle to fill seats on plane between summer and the start of the holiday season. Seaney says between October and the first few weeks of November flights are cheap, and this time is called the "dead zone." The other dead zone occurs between a few days after Thanksgiving and continues through mid December or so. Seaney warns be careful of buying tickets too close to Thanksgiving as demand is much higher and therefore prices are higher too. Seaney says the most expensive days to fly are the day before Thanksgiving (November 27th) and the Sunday after Thanksgiving (December 1st). If you must fly for Thanksgiving, consider flying on Thanksgiving itself and you'll save a time at the airport and money.