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After the busy summer travel season comes to an end, travelers who are looking for deals should be in luck. Prices for both airfares and hotels drop after Labor Day, so it’s a great time to take a vacation for less.
If you’ve been thinking about taking a trip to Europe, timing can be everything, because the dates you fly can make a big difference in the price you pay. Summer fares can be very high due to demand, so if you can travel in the fall, you can save over summer rates.
As we get closer and closer to the end of August, expect to see some wild and crazy airfares. The end of the busy summer travel season always brings a drop in prices, but we have also seen some short lived sales recently with great fares for travel in summer and beyond.

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Fall is a great time to go on a cruise because prices drop after the busy summer season. We often see rates drop 35 to 50 percent compared to summer prices, and sometimes even more. In addition to lower cruise prices, airfares drop in the fall too, so the total cost to travel can be substantially cheaper than summer prices.
Many people in the Dallas area may not have heard of My Coke Rewards, but you may want to sign up for this program to save $20 off Southwest flights. After you earn 100 points from participating Coke brand products, you can redeem them for a promo code offering $20 off of a Southwest Wanna Get Away fare.
If you’ve always wanted to fly up front, we have been seeing some great prices on domestic first class seats that can put these fares within reach. When you fly first class, you’ll get priority boarding, up to six more inches of legroom, a bigger, wider seat, meal service on longer flights, free adult beverages and three free checked bags weighing up to 50 pounds each. The average sale prices on these fares have been in the high $400 to low $500 range, which is up to 70 percent off of the usual first class fares.
Summer is peak season for air travel and it is a time of year when you should arrive at the airport earlier than usual. Because there are so many travelers, there can be traffic congestion and longer lines for airport security.
The government has proposed some new rules regarding air travel that could change the way fares are advertised. One of these rules could make it harder to figure out the full cost of your flight, while the other two could make it easier.
Southwest is gearing up for the end of the Wright Amendment restrictions on domestic flights out of Love Field and recently launched its first sale to celebrate. On May 19, the carrier announced a sale for travel to 15 new cities from Love Field this fall and this will be the first of many sales to come. New nonstops between Dallas Love and Baltimore/Washington, Chicago Midway, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando and Washington Reagan National airports will begin on October 13, when the Wright Amendment restrictions end, and new service to Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Nashville, New York LaGuardia, Orange County, Phoenix, San Diego and Tampa will start on November 2. The intro sale fares ranged from $79 one-way to Atlanta, Denver and Nashville and $99 one-way to the other cities listed above.

Before you book that summer flight, you should take a look at seat availability. We are finding that summer seating is very tight and on some flights, you may have to pay to sit together if you are travelling with the family. Finding seats together for July travel will be especially challenging because almost every school is out and family travel is in high demand.

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