More cheap flights to more cities. That’s what InsanelyCheapFlights.com announced on Thursday, expanding its popular flight promotion to more destinations across the globe. For weeks, travelers have been taking advantage of the site’s expansive airline ticket sale to save on thousands of already cheap flights. Now, InsanelyCheapFlights.com is broadening the sale to include more major domestic and international cities, with additional cities to be added soon.
For anyone hoping to see spring arrive in Central Park, the site is now offering up to $20 off cheap flights to New York. Catch a last minute flight to LaGuardia and you could be in Times Square by tomorrow afternoon. If blackjack is more your style, the sale has also been extended to cheap flights to Las Vegas. Book a stay at Mandalay Bay or Ceasars Palace with the site’s hotel booking engine and you’ll be at the tables in no time.
The expanded deal comes as rising oil prices are putting pressure on the price of airline tickets, while at the same time many travelers are just starting to plan their summer trips. The price of gasoline is also limiting family travel budgets, which is another reason for the popularity of the site’s ticket sale. This high demand ultimately led to the decision to widen the promotion.
Since launching three years ago, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has experienced rapid growth in the crowded travel market by helping flyers find the cheapest flights available. While many travel sites have shifted gears in recent years toward promoting hotel offerings, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has maintained its focus on cheap airline tickets. This approach has allowed the site to gain traction against larger, more established websites.
The flight sale is available as a promo code on the homepage that applies to flights booked on the website. The discount is valid on InsanelyCheapFlight.com’s booking fees only.
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“The price of oil is hurting everyone,” says
Steve Oliverez, CEO of InsanelyCheapFlights.com. “Not only is it more expensive to drive, but it’s getting much harder to find a cheap flight home or get away for the weekend.” With fuel making up nearly 35% of airlines’ operating cost, the recent spike in oil prices have placed a lot of pressure on the price of a ticket.
In response, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has cut the price of booking flights on its website. As of this week, the site has been blanketed with a promo code offer that can be used during booking to save money. Rather than lowering the price on a few fares, the promo code is good for every flight booking on the website, including many popular routes such as flights from
Founded in 2009, InsanelyCheapFlights.com is a fast-growing travel aggregator. While many travel sites have shifted gears in recent years toward promoting hotel offerings, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has maintained a focus on finding the cheapest flights available. This approach has allowed the site to gain traction against larger, more established websites.
With no end to high oil prices in sight, the upward pressure on the price of airline tickets will likely continue. “It can be a real shock to people making summer travel plans,” says Oliverez. “Hopefully this helps.” While the promo code is good for travel dates through the end of the year, the duration of the price cut is still to be determined.
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