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5 ways to save on airline tickets

Do you ever feel like you?re being front-run by airlines or squeezed for every penny on ticket prices? Airlines have sneaky ways of padding their ticket prices ? from nickel and diming on taxes and fees to charging extra for flight changes or checked baggage. Sometimes, it even seems like ticket prices change before your […] 5 ways to save on airline tickets is a post from A Luxury Travel Blog The post 5 ways to save on airline tickets appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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