This week, the New York Times offered up two helpful articles about the current best sites for finding cheap airfares: Booking a Flight the Frugal Way by the Frugal Traveler and Sites That Do Your Fare Digging by the Practical Traveler. I guess nobody wants to hear from the Disturbingly Rich and Wasteful Traveler.
Instead of having to read through these long articles again every time I need to book a flight, I found myself just making a list of all the handy links that were thrown out.
- Bing Travel (also bought FareCast)
- ITASoftware.com (doesn’t sell tickets)
- cFares.com ($50 annual fee, but pays rebates)
- Yapta.com – Tracks flight prices
- Vayama.com – International flights
- Airfare.com – International flights
By Jonathan Ping | Frugal Living | 2/18/10, 1:02am