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How to find a fare tracker

The inception of the internet has made going to the travel agency a thing of the past. The World Wide Web now makes it possible to track low fares, to compare prices and generally, Farecast sites such as Sidestep and Kayak allow for some awesome fare tracker deals. Read this article to know how to find a fare tracker.

Online fare tracker sites

Flight price tracker sites allow users to sign up and receive notifications on which airline is offering the lowest prices and the best times to fly. For example, prices are usually higher for flights on Fridays and on Saturdays, but will drop for Tuesdays and Wednesdays. For sites like Sidestep, Kayak, Farecompare and MSN Travel, users may sign up and enter their flight information. The sites will then, notify them as soon as a flight matching their description becomes available. MSN Travel goes even further by offering travel tips and features such as, " Twelve ways how not to make an idiot of yourself when you travel" and " Ten things never to do on a plane". These sites are always on the lookout for Farecast deals. Travel sites Other travel sites like Orbitz.com, Expedia.com and Travelocity.com actually compare airline prices so that the user always gets the best deals. The list of flights and airline is sorted by availability and price and the sites are very easy to navigate. It is also possible to log in to airline sites like JetBlue and Delta where you can check out low airfares there as well.

How to forecast low airfares

1. FareCompare offers data that will forecast the best times to purchase tickets. The graphs on the site will show the breakdown of travel costs over a period and can show the best times to buy your ticket. Try using this site for forecasting deals. 2. Book the ticket closer to the departure time because flights booked well in advance will definitely cost more than flights booked nearer to the departure time. 3. Consider the time of the year that you wish to travel. Historically, flights during the summer and Christmas seasons are naturally more expensive . 4. Stay on top of airline news to follow the trends in fare pricing.

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