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By Victor Pryles
Our Pauper loves to save money using an airfare consolidator. These consolidators contract with
airlines to get tickets at cheaper rates than the general public. Because they buy large blocks of tickets
the airlines love them.
Though you can get really good deals by knowing how to use consolidators, remember they are not
structured for great service. They're playing the quantity game not the hold−your−hand game. If you
need personal attention use your travel agent instead.
The best time to use consolidators is during high travel times of the year. Other than these peak travel
times consolidators don't really offer much better rates than those offered in the lowest advertised
fares. Yet, you can enjoy 20−30% off when you decide to travel during Christmas, for instance.
The other good time to turn to consolidators is if you are traveling on short notice. Unlike the airlines,
they don't penalize you for traveling on the spur of the moment.
Always use a credit card with consolidators. Some consolidators can charge high fees if you change
your plans and/or cancel your flight. So make sure you understand what the policy on cancellations
and refunds is.
In this article I'll give you a list of consolidators that are available to you directly or through your travel
In addition I'd recommend you purchase a copy of Consumer Reports Travel Letter, which is available
at most libraries or you can subscribe for $39. Write to: Consumer Reports Travel Letter, 101 Truman
Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10703−1057.
Let's get started:
Cheap Tickets sells more than 500,000 tickets a year for domestic and international flights. Now they
even help you with hotels and cruises. Call 800−AIR−PLUS (800−247−7587) and visit
Council Travel Service offe