Post # 1
It’s not necessarily honeymoon related but someone may have come across this while planning…
Darling Husband and I have 2-3 days to fly back and visit my parents for Christmas
The problem is we have 3 airports we can fly out of and 4 or so airports we can fly into. We would like to use American because we have a voucher that takes off at least part of the cost but if we can beat <600 for two tickets with someone else I’m all for it.
Anyone know of a site that you can compare multiple departure and arrival points (or maybe by locality with in such and such miles?) without opening 12 different tabs? I like Hipmunk but I start to get cross-eyed from comparing ACT to BWI to DFW to PHL, etc
Post # 3
When Darling Husband and I were long distance we always used cheapoair.com. I also always see commercials for Kayak.. lol. I know a lot of the websites have an option to choose close airports, on cheapoair it is one of the tabs on the main page. Southwest is usually pretty cheap but I know they don’t allow their rates to be compared on those sites, so you may have to check their actual website. Good Luck!
Post # 4
I like Fare Compare a lot.
Post # 5
I do like kayak. It’s accurate and user friendly. Bing is helpful, too. They tell you to buy now or buy later, with their price predictor.
Post # 6
I usually use kayak. You can also tell Kayak to search other sites for flight information, such as expedia. Different windows pop up for each search engine. Hope This Helps. Good luck!
Post # 8
4th for Kayak. LOVE that site.
Post # 9
I like Bing.com, then travel tab. It’s how I’ve managed all of our recent flights. I use it to gauge flight costs and then book off of the airline’s website. It gives you a good idea if the flights are rising or lowering in price and when to buy.
Post # 10
I love bing.com travel tab because they predict if the price will go up….stay the same etc. It’s super helpful and has been pretty acurate for me even when I’ve bought holiday travel.
Good luck with the search!