Cheap airlines/flights for UK -> USA?

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  1. llamatron

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    Any recommendations?
     
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    When are you looking to go?

    Some are predicting a drop in air fares in the new year, given the "global economic crisis". I've already noticed some tourist destinations south of the border dropping hotel rates to try and get people to come.

    If you don't need the tickets right away, wait it out until the new year. And like Boardwise said, try sites like expedia.
     
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    Yeah I've tried those boys, just wanted to make sure that there wasn't a better site out there.

    Looking at around Juneish next year, if I do it I will probably book fairly last minute. Good idea to hold out.

    Cool, cheers.
     

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