Where can i find cheap plane tickets? i need a flight from Louisville or Cincinnati to Chicago?
I want to leave march 31 and return either the 6 or 7th of april.. im looking to spend no more than $145 .. any help would be much appreciated!! please && thank you! (:
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American Airlines and Southwest have rates from $107 per ticket. You'll have to book at their websites. http://www.aa.com http://www.southwest.com
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The person who cited a ticket price of $107 on American or Southwest appears to be citing one-way ticket prices between Louisville and Chicago, which is not particularly helpful information given that 1) those prices do not include tax, and 2) the person asking the question is looking for a round-trip ticket. That having been said, the only way you're likely to get a round-trip ticket between those cities with less than a week's notice, barring an unlikely last-minute fare sale, is to place a bid through priceline.com or hotwire.com. The lowest fares right now between Louisville (SDF) and Chicago (either MDW or ORD) for those dates are just over $200 after tax on Southwest, and are only likely to increase between now and the day of departure. Cincinnati-Chicago does have some last-minute fares published that are rather inexpensive, but those are only good for weekend travel -- they can't be used to fly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays as you are looking to do. The fares for your dates to Cincinnati, in fact, are even higher -- because Southwest doesn't fly to Cincinnati, there is not competitive pressure, and flying from there to Chicago is nearly $600 for your dates, according to orbitz.com. If you can afford to go to $200, then I'd look at booking the ticket between Louisville and Chicago Midway on Southwest -- it's the best published fare you're going to get right now. If you don't want to spend that much, then you'll either have to try using Priceline or Hotwire for their bid features to try and get a cheaper ticket, or you'll have to find another way to get there (such as a Greyhound bus).
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