Entertainment Magazine: Travel: Travelocity

Travelocity flights and online deals

Booking your own Travelocity flights can save money. Plus, there is no Travelocity flight fees on single carier flights.

Travelocity affiliateTravelocity offers time-limited deals for flights in the US, UK and international destinations. As an authorized affiliate for Travelocity in the USA, UK, Canada and India, Entertainment Magazine can post links to Travelocity airline deals.

Combining a Travelocity flight plus hotel booking into a single purchase is called a Travelocity TotalTrip. On an average, bundling both can save $220 or more per booking.

This is based on a Travelocity study that compares rates on all actual Flight+Hotel bookings. Actual savings will vary by destination, origin of the flight, the length of your trip and the number of passengers.

An air flight and hotel is even cheaper when bundled together. To qualify for the Travelocity flight + hotel bundle rate, book Air + Hotel together with Travelocity

These are some of the other features when you bundle both at the same time:

  • Select either your hotel or your flights first-- whichever you prefer.
  • New clickable seat maps allow you to select your airline seat.
  • Independent AAA Ratings and Traveler Reviews help you make the right hotel choice.
  • Hotels are listed by neighborhood.

Travelocity Current Airline Deals

Travelocity offers daily specials on hundreds of flights from major airlines. Check to see today's discounted flight deals.

International Flight and Travel Travelers to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Central and South America, Mexico and Canada must have a valid passport or other secure, accepted document to enter or re-enter the United States This requirement does not affect travel between the U.S. and its territories. U.S. citizens traveling between the U.S. and Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa will continue to be able to use established forms of ID.

Travelocity Flight Booking Tips

These are some tips when you book your airline flight through Travelocity:

1. Book flight reservation early.

Many discount fares require a reservation 7, 14 or 21 days in advance, depending on the fare. The best international fares often require a reservation 30 days in advance. Make a reservation as soon as you know your travel dates to increase your chances of finding a better deal.

2. Fly on a weekday usually costs less.

Flights that depart on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday usually have the lowest fares.

Fares are sometimes (but not always) higher on Monday and Friday than on other weekdays. Saturday flights occasionally have discount fares, but as a rule it's more expensive to fly on a weekend than a weekday.

3. Stay over a Saturday night

Most low fares require a stay over at least one Saturday night before the return flight. Some fares may only require a stay of of 3 or 4 days.

4. Make reservation early!!

Airlines sell only a limited number of seats at the lowest fares. When those seats sell out, the price increases.

5. Consider a smaller airport nearby

Significant savings if you are willing to fly into nearby airports.

For example, when traveling to Los Angeles (LAX), you may want to consider flying into the Burbank (BUR), Orange County (SNA) or Ontario (ONT) airports. Similarly, the cost of a trip to San Francisco (SFO) might be reduced by flying into San Jose (SJC) or Oakland (OAK), while travel to Miami (MIA) may be less expensive if you fly into Ft. Lauderdale (FLL).

6. Try an earlier or later travel date.

To get the chapest round trip airfare, the same fare must be available on both the departing and return flights. If the fare is sold out on either of these, the price you end up with will be much higher. If possible, consider flying on another date.

from Travelocity.com photo from Travelocity.com


More links for Travelocity: Last Minute Deals | Cars | Cruises | Hotels | Flights | International Travel | Promo Codes

Travel Entertainment Magazine

© 2016 EMOL.org. Travel Entertainment Magazine. All rights reserved.