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When booking a flight, start your search at a site that shows fares from various airlines. offsite link covers all the airlines, including airlines that do not give a commission for references. These airlines are often not found on the major search engines.

For multi-stop trips, consider offsite link

Tod Marks, an expert for Consumer Reports, suggests:

Mr. Marks warns that airlines can track how much you paid for tickets in the past by leavings "cookies" on your computer. If you paid a lot before, you are likely to be quoted more than other people now. Erase your search history and set your browswer to reject cookies.

Be flexible in your travel dates.  Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday are usually the cheapest days to fly.

NOTE: When comparing prices, include all fees and taxes, including fees for checked bags.

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