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Cheap airfare

Monolithic_DomeMonolithic_Dome Registered User regular
edited July 2009 in Help / Advice Forum
After coming back from my wonderful honeymoon with my wonderful wife a few weeks ago, we're already getting the itch to do some more traveling. Through the magic of the internets we've kept up with a small army of people across the US who could offer couch-surfing services, so we're always on the lookout for cheap flights.

So how do you watch for cheap flights? Currently I'm following Southwest and Delta on twitter, and I also occasionally get emails from Travelocity, which hardly ever have any actual deals in them.

I'd love if someone could point me to some decent RSS feeds, maybe one that I can target to specific destinations and another for "good deals, no matter where or when". What do y'all use to travel for cheap?

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