Incidentally, consolidator tickets are the airlines "best kept secret" from the public.
To show you how this works, on Sidestep I checked the price for a return
ticket from Chicago to London, departing April 15th and returning one
week later. Sidestep revealed the lowest price was $738 on Air Canada's
So now, I have set a benchmark price. Anything I find under $738 would be
a better buy, right? A bargain fare.
Then, I checked the fares on our booking engine located at Adventure Travel Service, consolidator airline tickets, and we have a fare of $568 on United Airlines.
That's a savings of $170, a true bargain fare!
So now you can use a free tool to determine the benchmark price, "retail", then continue
your search and you'll know if you are getting a bargain fare as you compare it to the
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