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Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thursday, November 21st, 2013


The Thanksgiving holiday is beyond any doubt the busiest travel time of the year with all transportation delays, traffic and travel snags meeting travelers at each turn. But pre-planning is the best option to save your time and money. We will be share some important travel tips in this blog and hundred percent sure you’ll be thankful for these travel tips.

Plan Ahead

It’s never too early to start your holiday planning. Within the early travel booking, you can take advantage of lower rates and seats aplenty. If you want to get some discount coupon or deals for your travel, you have to sign up for newsletters and notifications from your preferred airlines and travel website. You must follow your favourites on Twitter and Facebook, where special sale notifications could pop up before they’re out there to the overall public.

Travel Lite

As a lot of airlines start charging for checked luggage, it is a good idea to pack lite-weight and continue your bag. But keep on mind that your fellow travelers can all have an equivalent plan and overhead area is also tight aboard. To lighten your traveling load, contemplate shipping a number of your belongings to your final destination prior to time, especially presents and bulky items like diaper or extra clothes that you won’t need during the journey.

Choose the Best Days

The day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year closely followed by the Sunday when the big day once travelers tear themselves far away from the leftovers and soccer to create the journey home. To avoid being late and awful weekday travel rush, fly out on Monday or weekday or perhaps Thanksgiving morning. When you’re ready to head home, take flight on Friday when the masses have moved on from the airports to the shopping centres to score the best holiday deals. The crowds devour once more on Saturday, reaching a vital peak on Sunday, before levelling out on Monday.

High-Tech Troubleshooting

It’s common sense to arrive at the airport early — you will need the time for parking and security. But you’ll avoid some airport hassles by taking advantage of helpful applications that may be used on your smart phone. Airlines as well as Southwest, Delta and American Airlines all have mobile websites wherever passengers will check in, make sure seats and keep track of their flight status.

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