Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Last Minute Flight Deals At InsanelyCheapFlights.com

InsanelyCheapFlights has announced that it is offering an additional discount on last minute flight deals to destinations across the globe. Travelers looking for last minute flights to destinations like Las Vegas and New York can save up to $20 per booking through the website by using the promotion code offered on the homepage. The sale includes last minute tickets to thousands of destinations including most major U.S. cities, the Caribbean and Europe. The sale is scheduled to last through the end of April, and is good for travel dates through the end of the year.

The discount is good for flight bookings only, not already-discounted air and hotel travel packages. For business travelers, the sale also applies to business and first class tickets booked through the site. Flyers looking for cheap tickets can use the discount on red eye flights to save even more on their travel costs.

The site also recently began offering deals on activities at most destinations, many of which can also be booked with very little notice. Travelers to Las Vegas, for instance, can book cheap flights, a hotel room and car rental, as well as a club hopping pass or even a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon, all at the last minute.

InsanelyCheapFlights was founded in 2009 with a focus on finding the cheapest flights available online. While many travel sites have shifted gears in recent years toward promoting hotel offerings, InsanelyCheapFlights has maintained its focus on cheap airline tickets. This approach has allowed the site to gain traction against larger, more established websites. The past three years of rapid growth has made the travel startup a real contender in the industry.

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.

--Travelers looking for flight deals should also check out out new information pages on United Airlines and US Airways.

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