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Thanksgiving Travel - 5 Tips

Think it is too early to plan Thanksgiving travel? Think again. Start planning now for the busiest travel season of the year and find yourself having a more hassle-free trip that also costs considerably less.

Here are 5 tips for a better, less-expensive trip:

Tip #1: Research the best travel deals now:
Getting a good rate for your Thanksgiving Day airfare goes beyond just booking your tickets early: to get the best rates on the best airline, it is essential to know how the airline industry really works. Do your research now to secure the very best airfare possible and save $100s or $1000s this November (and beyond).

Tip #2: Schedule your return flight for early in the day:
When planning your return flight, consider leaving as early as possible in the day. It is all a question of getting the best value for how you spend your time: you must weight spending a few extra hours with the relatives or friends on the tale of a 3-day visit versus having some time to "recover from your vacation" back at home. All things considered, leaving for home as early as possible can be a great way to have more time to rest at home before getting the following week off on the right foot.

Tip #3: Book your flight as soon as possible:
As you know, the earlier you purchase your airline tickets, the better the chances you have of getting the best airfare. So, call the relatives, friends, or hotel you plan to visit and set the dates for your visit now. Then, get busy booking your flight.

Tip #4: Check for on-time departure before leaving for the airport:
Given that it is the busiest day travel day of the year, airline schedules do get routinely shifted on Thanksgiving Day. Call ahead or check your airline's Web site an hour or so before embarking on your journey. You could save yourself hours of time wasted waiting at the airport.

Tip #5: Bring your own pillow:
Whether sleeping at Uncle Ned's house or at a hotel, for many people the right pillow makes all of the difference in the world for getting a good night's sleep. So, leave those two spare sweaters at home and leave room for a pillow instead. The better quality of sleep you while traveling means a return home to a more restful you.

Thanksgiving travel is almost always looked back upon with fond memories, but when you are in the thick of it you will be glad you took all the necessary steps for a great trip. Planning your trip well now means enjoying yourself more, being better rested upon your return, and saving $1000s by knowing how to get the best airfare deals available.



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