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How to Use the Internet to Travel Super-Cheap

Written by Gary North on January 9, 2012

If you travel, you are probably paying too much. If you take a vacation in anything but the family car, you’re probably paying too much.

This is the era of the Internet. It lets you find out where the best deals are. The sellers rely on ignorance to make their profits. You can avoid paying retail if you know where to shop.

Here are outfits that offer deals galore.

AirfareWatchdog.com 

Kayak.com/explore

Itasoftware.com

Yapta.com

Priceline.com

Biddingfortravel.com

Betterbidding.com

Biddingtraveler.com

Hotels.com

Luxurylink.com

HomeAway.com

Wimdu.com

Jetsetter.com/homes

YipIt.com

Autoslash.com

Cayole.com

Homeexchange.com

To find out what each of them offers, click the link.

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  1. Person I know going from Connecticut to Hawaii checked http://www.cheapo.com DAILY. Prices, round trip, started out a $900+, and she kept checking and finally got it for $485. Deal closed!!!