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This is how you get the best rate when you book a flight
- I just got on a flight to Paris from New York City for $464 round trip. - I was able to get such a cheap rate because I put a special alarm on the KAYAK traveller-finder. - Pricing alerts will be sent to you by e-mail when the cost of the flight you wish to reserve has dropped.
Having felt my rage at the beginning that she had left me because the country of cheeses, loaves of bread and bakery products was dwindling, I finally felt it was my turn to take a flight. At the end of December, a fast quest in my favourite tour guide KAYAK told me that a sightseeing flight from JFK in New York to Orly or Charles de Gaulle in Paris would be just over 500 dollars.
It' fucking low for a flight to Europe. I thought it was still early and that I could just sit back and look, hoping that the ticket rate would go even lower. At this point, one of my employees proposed that I put a prize alarm in place. The only thing you need to do to create a notification is to type in your e-mail address, your departure point and your final destination, and KAYAK will send you an e-mail if the tariffs for the flight you are looking for have been cancelled (they will also send you an e-mail if the tariffs rise).
Fewer than a weeks after I configured the alarm, I got an e-mail from KAYAK telling me that Icelandair was selling NYC to Paris tickets from $450. Actually there was a sightseeing flight with Icelandair from JFK to Charles de Gaulle with a stopover in Reykjavik for 464 dollars.
Then I found the flight on Icelandair's website - it's always better to make a booking through the carrier, so if you have a problem with your flight you'll have to deal directly with the carrier instead of using a trip finder - select my places and make the booking. So, next times you're looking for the best flight, put yourself in the clutches of tech and put a fare alarm in place.