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I need some help. Im planning a possible surprise trip to NYC for my wife, our 3 year old and I. Anybody know the best place to find "affordable" plane tickets to NYC? Priceline, Expedia, etc? Anybody have any other suggestions on planning a trip to NYC?
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Good luck! Kayak. Don't expect miracles, though.
Not sure if you are in a city that has Southwest service. They are they most economical & fairest airline (no pun) in the business. I fly into Newark all the time and take train into Manahattan. Much cheaper the a cab fare from La Guardia and Newark is just easier and cleaner to fly in and out of.
Naturally the pricing depends on what airport you are flying into and out of and the dates. The websites are interchangeable for the most part, but check more than one. I flew into JFK from Pensacola on South West and out of Islip to Birmingham on Delta in the past month. Both tickets were around $300 to $340/ea.
I haven't had much luck getting cheap airfares, mainly because I don't like layovers, but
I have had very good luck getting Hotels in NYC for very good prices using Priceline.
I got a pretty good price from expedia on a round trip there not too long ago on a quick booking. I think I paid $250 (delta) for a weekend (early friday to mid-day sunday) round trip from Hartsfield in Atlanta to La Gaurdia in NY. There were some cheaper ones for sure if you book it a little ahead of time and have flexible times of arrival/departure.
Honestly if you just check with the airline companies you can just about always get just a competetive rate as you can with one of the "discount" sites, because they always make you pay some kind of BS service fee. Same goes with Hotel bookings
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TODAY! out of Atlanta $240 rt, out of Bamaham $332 rt.Southwest.
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