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ExitFares, which was started last week, is monitoring multiple on-line resources to discover "pricing errors, promotional code, and deals of local airline companies and airline companies such as Southwest that may not have widely disseminated their ticketing data," says Naveen Thattil, the company's founding partner. Best offers are then summarized and sent by email to those who register once a week for free up-dates.
"Thattil says Airfarewatchdog and The Fall Deal are great information sources," but there are also FareCompare, SecretFlying, StealThisTrip, Stealthtrips, the airline companies themselves and a variety of other individuals in the Travel eco-system who talk about great airline deals," as well as tourist logs and airports Social-Media accounts. "ExitFares' major advantage for consumers is that they don't have to subscribe to a pile of e-mails or join airline companies in soft media," says Thattil.
"and we will find the best deals to talk about." Are the deals real? ExitFares has a recent e-mail indicating that they are. Five airline deals started from New York on May 27 and ranged from $252 for a return trip to Barranquilla, Colombia, to $798 for a ticket to Fukuoka, Japan.
Lonely home flights - $276 to Salt Lake City - were $13 less expensive than the cheapest CheapAir date finding on this trip. ExitFares' $651 round-trip return from New York City to Milan in June was 43 per cent less expensive than the June average from the United States and Canada to Milan, according to Kayak's Travel Hacker Guide 2015.
Of the five airfare deals in the e-mail, three were first post on Airfarewatchdog, one came from the flight deal, and one was post by Yulair. "Essentially, they collect the work of other humans, benefit from the hardworking work of other humans," says George Hobica, Airfarewatchdog founding director and chairman. "We just collect it together and send them the traffic," Thattil countered.
ExitFares, like many other dealer finder websites, does not process reservations. The user is led to the initial resource of any business, be it Airfarewatchdog or another website, where he can then go to an on-line tourist office such as Expedia or an air carrier's website to actually buy seats. ExitFares is still expanding with only about 1,000 unique visitors and offers from only 20 different gateway options, Thattil says.
Over the next few month he is planning to include real-time email and text, a portable notification application and the possibility to look for trip data.