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As promised, I have a listing of my top 20 favorite travel websites (in no particular order). I’m still working on my eBook “70 Vacations in 7 Months“. The project has consumed most of my time of late. If you attended the presentation with myself and Tynan, shoot me over an email (if you haven’t already) and I’ll make sure you receive a free copy upon completion The Top 20! Couch Surfing Hands down my favorite travel website on the internet. Travellers Point Travellerspoint is a small travel community that features expert travel advice. Momondo How can a Danish aggregator feature cheaper flights within the U.S, than any American flight aggregator? Escape The City Escape the City is a new website that continues to grow like wildfire. Hostel World Trip-it AirBnB Flyer Talk Seat Guru. Hipmunk: Better Flight Search. Top 25 travel Web sites.
By Xander Kaplan, Nina Willdorf, Tanvi Chheda, Jessica Shaw and Jennifer Welbel (Travel + Leisure) -- The Web is an essential tool for travelers, but as booking engines and trip forums evolve and multiply, you have to know where to look -- and whom to trust.
To help you, Travel + Leisure has assembled the ultimate online guide. Getting There Sidestep.com Comparing top aggregators Sidestep and Kayak, we found that eight-year-old Sidestep's flight tool has a slight edge: A handy matrix at the top of the results page gives an overview of the lowest prices pulled from 600 airlines across 200 sites. Flycheapo.com Don't get stuck on the name. Farecompare.com Decide how much you want to spend and when you want to travel, and Getaway Maps will overlay the lowest fares pulled from more than 500 airlines (most of the major U.S. carriers, as well as many international ones) for a select range of cities. Farecast.com Buy now or wait for a better price? Getting Ideas Kayak.com Lastminutetravel.com Hopstop.com. 30 Places to Find Cheap Airline Tickets. 30 Places to Find Cheap Airline Tickets Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 7:06pm by admin Scoring a great deal on plane tickets is only one of the challenges air travelers face these days.
Unbearably long security lines, bumped flights, lost luggage and congested air traffic are commonplace. While we may not be able to control homeland security or overbooked flights, we are able to share with you some of our secrets for finding cheap airline tickets. Read below for 30 places where you can land a great deal on your next flight. Tools and Resources Check out this list of tools and resources that are designed to help you find the best airline deals available. Farecast: This website has predicting airfare trends down to a science. Consolidators and Discount Agencies Many times the best deals can be found through consolidated airfare companies that feature wholesale prices. Helpful Websites Use these websites to find more deals on traveling by air.