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Plane tickets are about to get incredibly cheap thanks to increased competition

If you're looking to travel either domestically or internationally over the next few months, you may soon be able to take advantage of cheaper fares across the board. Thanks to increased competition from low-fare airlines, a number of the bigger airlines may soon be forced to cut fares as well. DON'T MISS: This $17 gadget is the best thing that ever happened to your HDTV In fact, we've already started to see the fallout from increased competition.
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