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The Best 5 Travel Sites Tips And Tricks

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1.Flexible flight searches

kayak kicks up the flexible search game by offering three different search options: flexible dates, flexible weekend, and flexible month. Flexible dates let you specify when you’d ideally like to be traveling, and then compare what it would cost (or what flights are available) on the days leading up to and following each date. The result is a chart displaying which days are cheapest to travel. If you’re trying to find the lowest price

2. average pricing

While Kayak’s prices weren’t exorbitant, it didn’t earn outstanding marks for finding bargain-priced tickets like Booking.com. In the case of our hypothetical NYC-LAX vacation, choosing Kayak meant spending between $7 and $15 more than Booking.com. We also found Kayak to be a little more expensive than the rest of the competition when searching for car rentals – about $10 or so per day.

3. Poor car rental search

Hipmunk fell short when it came to searching for rental cars. Its grid display is more confusing than it is convenient, and makes it difficult to search for cars based on amenities, or sift through the results to find the perfect car. We also weren’t fans of how you can only search for rental cars near an airport, since we might need to rent a car without making a trip out of the city.

4. direct bookings

Unlike Booking.com, Kayak isn’t a booking engine. It’s an aggregator. This means you don’t purchase your ticket directly through Kayak.com. Instead, when it’s time to purchase, you’ll be redirected to the website of the airline or rental agency you’re booking with and will likely need to create an account to complete your purchase

5.Impressive hotel searches

We were even more impressed when we searched for hotel rooms. Search results display in gorgeous cards next to a map. At first glance, the cards look simple, only displaying customer ratings, a general area, the price, and a few photos to scroll through. However, hovering over a card enables you to “flip” it to see the hotel highlights (whether it includes free WiFi, parking, or breakfast, has a pool, allows pets, etc.),

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6. Fun mobile support

All of our top picks offer some kind of mobile support, whether it’s an app or just a mobile-friendly site. Hipmunk offers Hello Hipmunk. It’s a digital travel assistant that works with your email and calendar, as well as apps like Facebook messenger, Skype, and Slack, to help give you advice on making travel plans.

7.Poor car rental search

Hipmunk fell short when it came to searching for rental cars. Its grid display is more confusing than it is convenient, and makes it difficult to search for cars based on amenities, or sift through the results to find the perfect car. We also weren’t fans of how you can only search for rental cars near an airport, since we might need to rent a car without making a trip out of the city.


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