Quick tip: Low airfare awaits on Twitter…

Looking for low airfare? You may want to stay glued to Twitter. Sites like Airfare Watchdog (@airfarewatchdog) and Scott’s Cheap Flights (@scottsflights) regularly post massive fare sales for routes around the globe. If you followed @JetBlue, you would have known about their crazy Halloween sale where they offered all one-way flights on Halloween for just $31. I almost bought a round-trip to NYC just to have lunch at Russ & Daughters. Twitter is a great aggregator of flight deals, so find the accounts you trust — including actual airlines — and keep your eyes peeled because the early flightbird gets the discount worm.

 

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