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Don’t Wait to Buy Your Summer Vacation Tickets

By April 21, 2011 No Comments

About this time of year the internal nagging question starts…  “Should I buy my plane tickets now or wait a little longer to see if the fares will go down?” After reading numerous articles written over the last few months — if you are going to buy — buy now!!

According to a Los Angeles Times article, the average price for a domestic airline ticket last summer of $302 will increase this summer to $390, that’s up 15%. With fuel prices expected to increase and airlines decreasing capacity, again, consider what your budget will allow, check prices, and buy–NOW.

Kathleen Roberts

Kathleen Roberts

Kathleen Roberts is the Vice President of Business Development and passionate about providing innovative solutions for corporate travel programs. She is a member of GBTA and Utah GBTA, as well as a Certified Travel Counselor (CTC) and Global Travel Professional (GTP). In addition to being a travel addict she finds joy in a good game of basketball. Connect with Kathleen on LinkedIn.

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