Promotional coupon code : 8650 - two round trip airfares to a major international airport in the contiental us including three days & two nights delux accomidations
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*3,000 Preferred-qualifying mile bonus offer is valid from July 1 – September 30, 2010. 3,000 Preferred-qualifying mile bonus offer is available to new US Airways Club annual members only (defined as any Dividend Miles member that has not had an active annual US Airways Club membership in the last 12 months). Promotion code CEB3K must be mentioned or entered when enrolling to receive the 3,000 Preferred-qualifying bonus in their Dividend Miles account. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Please allow 7-10 business days for the bonus miles to be posted to your Dividend Miles account. All US Airways Club and Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply.
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At United.com, enter your origin and destination, travel dates and your promotion code number 550KM. Available flights will display, and those that qualify for the discount will be clearly identified with a red star symbol, which means that the itinerary is "electronic certificate eligible." When you select an electronic certificate eligible flight, United will automatically calculate and present your discounted fare. This special offer applies to flights to or from the US only.
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As passenger demand for air travel decreases, we can expect more cuts for the industry. The trend is as follows: bad economy means lower oil prices, as well as lower demand for air travel. Does lower oil prices mean less demand for air travel? Not always, but sometimes. Airlines across the board are cutting capacity. There are advantages to airlines, such as better on-time performance; a smaller amount of flights in the federal air traffic system means less congestion. It’s not a bad time to fly right now, but it’s not good for those employed in the industry.
Here’s the list of the bargain one-way prices valid on trips finished on or before February 11:
• $49 New Orleans
• $54 Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Flint, Pittsburgh, Rochester, St. Louis
• $59 Philadelphia, Washington DC
• $64 Houston
• $69 Dallas, Islip, Milwaukee, New York-LaGuardia, San Antonio
• $74 Burlington, Cincinnati*, Portland ME
• $94 Phoenix
• $104 Austin
These prices are valid on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday when tickets are booked with a two-week or more advance notice.
Add a minimum of $20 more each way for travel on Monday, Thursday or Friday (trips on Sundays are at regularly published prices).
Now for the not so good news. Each participating airline posts a number of blackout dates when these one-way rates are not valid.
USAirways restricts the use of sale rates on November 30; December 1, 27 and January 3.
AirTran blackouts include November 26; November 29-December 1, 20, 21, 23, 26-30 and January 3, 4.
American Airline blackouts are November 26, 29, 30; December 1, 20-30 and January 3, 4.
Dates to avoid on Continental and United are November 26, 29, 30; December 1, 20-30 and January 2-4.
Delta blackouts are November 25, 26, 29, 30; December 19-21, 26, 28 and January 2-4.
Northwest blackouts include November 25, 26, 29, 30; December 1 and December 18-January 5.
$99 companion fare on same itinerary as purchased airfare, valid 2/1/08-1/31/09 tickets must be purchased before 6/30/08. Must call US airways to make reservations 1-900-428-4322. Firstst ticket must be $250 or above.