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In order to travel as much as possible I try to ensure that I'm saving money by using good travel resources. This page lists the several of the websites that I commonly use when planning out a trip.

Booking Flights:

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One of the best comparison sites for finding flights is the well-known Expedia, which consolidates all of the various airlines into one convenient location that often finds better deals than their competitors.

Another popular and consistently good option is Priceline. They offer extremely competitive prices and make it easy to check several sites at once or put notifications on to update any price changes to tickets.

A less known site is Jet Radar which is also a comparison flight finder that sometimes finds cheaper flights for smaller airlines. I generally check these two search engines against the actual airline apps (primarily Delta and United) to see if it is more cost effective to buy a ticket or use frequent flyer miles.