Tips For Traveling During The Holidays

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Traveling during the holidays this year? If you follow these helpful tips, not only will it make things easier for you, but fun!
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Avoid Peak Travel Days

For Thanksgiving, avoid Wednesdays if you can. Actually, going on Thanksigiving is a lot easier and affordable. Depending when Christmas and New Year’s fall, pick the days least expensive to travel.
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Shop Around

Try places like Travelocity or Priceline to compare prices. Especially, during peak and travel days.
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Know The Airports

Checking alternative airports is always a good thing. Especially, during the holidays. You can get deals on hotels, car rentals and parking.
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Connect Carefully

If you have to connection flights, make sure you spare time for flight delays and weather woes. Especially during winter.
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Pack Wisely

Follow TSA rules on liquids and gels. Put in clear bags and in small containers. You can bring coffee, water or anything purchased after the checkpoint.
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Use The Internet

You can save time by printing out boarding passes at home or using check in kiosks. Buy gifts online and have them shipped rather than bringing them with you.
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Travel early or late in the day

Delays are less likely for morning flights and airports unclog as the afternoon and evening peak passes.
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Get A Package Deal

Try to get package deals like air/hotel to save money and time. There are a lot of great ones for Thanksgiving and Christmas at the moment.
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Leave Early

Most of the time gets taken during security check in. Arrive at the airport early to avoid delays as much as possible.
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Keep Calm

There are always some airport employees that throw around their power. But, just keep a level head and get to your flight on time.
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