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Why late-booked tickets can be cheaper

Booking far in advance doesn’t always save you money. Airlines will have a certain number of cheap seats per flight, and once those seats are sold, the prices go up. This doesn’t mean, though, that it’s impossible to find lower-priced tickets closer to your travel date.

Kayak has done a comparison that shows fares can be as much as eight percent cheaper than those booked six months before. Be patient, though, because those last-minute prices can fluctuate daily, even hourly.

The best way to get a great deal is to sign up for alerts from companies that do price comparisons. They will send you an email when prices change and you can take advantage of the lower prices.

The above article is a summary. Please see the source article at Google News.

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