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CheapTickets: How to Find Really Cheap Airline Tickets

By: Emily Kim
Narrated by: Chuck Patyk
Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Cheaptickets: How to Find Really Cheap Airline Tickets is Emily Kim's gift to you. Just one successful flight booking, using these ideas, can save over 100 times the cost of this book; if you travel by air you cannot afford not to get you copy now! Emily works in a corporate travel department finding inexpensive airline tickets for travelers in her company. Finding very cheap tickets saves the company many thousands each month so Emily wrote this audiobook as a guide for others in the department. Flight booking and finding cheap flights make for affordable purchases and can be found for all that follow strategies in this book. You can purchase airline tickets from airline ticket consolidators at times for very cheap discount rates and save lots in travel costs; this book will tell you how and where. Affordable tickets are easy if you have the time to plan your trip and not have to buy last minute flights which are usually at the highest prices. Tickets on low cost airlines are great if you don't mind loosing convinces of selecting seating or paying for food and drinks.

Some of the strategies can be used to find cheap fares on international flights, but Emily tries to show the domestic traveler ways to save on travel including hotel costs and car rentals.

Please enjoy Cheaptickets: How to Find Really Cheap Airline Tickets.

©2012 Richard Young (P)2014 Richard Young

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an average book, not much things to take away.

an average book, not much to take away.

wished there were more research done, and personal story.