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Working 4 You: Saving income on holiday travel

IT MAY SEEM LIKE SUMMER JUST ENDED, BUT THE HOLIDAY

SEASON IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK.

SO PROCRASTINATORS, LISTEN UP.

YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO BOOK THAT THANKSGIVING TRIP

AND SAVE MONEY.

KXLY 4′S BRITTANY PARIS SHOWS YOU HOW.

We hear a same story each year.

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is a biggest travel

day of a year.

Well only since it’s repeated, doesn’t make it true.

ACCORDING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION– THE

ACTUAL BUSIEST DAY FOR AIR TRAVELERS IS IN THE SUMMER.

AND EVERY YEAR.

IT’S A DIFFERENT DAY.

BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD WAIT MUCH LONGER

TO BOOK YOUR TRIP.

AS TIME TICKS ON, THE PRICES GO UP.

HERE ARE FOUR THINGS TO KNOW FOR TURKEY DAY TRAVEL.

TYPICALLY, THE HIGEST FARES HAPPEN ON THE WEDNESDAY

BEFORE THANKSGIVING OR THE SUNDAY AFTER.

TRAVELERS WHO CHOOSE TO FLY ON THOSE DAYS WILL PAY

AN AVERAGE OF 213 DOLLARS MORE, ACCORDING TO TRAVELOCITY.

SOME EXPERTS SUGGEST TRAVELING THANKSGIVING DAY.

AIRPORTS AND PLANES TEND TO BE LESS CROWDED.

NOT ONLY CAN IT SAVE YOU MONEY, BUT A MORNING FLIGHT

MAY GET YOU ON THE GROUND IN TIME FOR THAT TURKEY

DINNER.

CONNECTING FLIGHTS MAY ALSO HELP YOUR WALLET.

BUT KEEP IN MIND WEATHER COULD CAUSE DELAYS AND MAKE

YOUR TRAVEL DAY LONGER.

Also when reckoning out your budget, check baggage

fees.

Depending on how most we and your family bring, the

overall cost can go adult quickly.

Reporting in studio, I’m Brittany Paris, KXLY 4 News.

Article source: http://www.kxly.com/news/spokane-news/working-4-you-saving-money-on-holiday-travel/36271638

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