9:31 am November 10, 2011, by David Markiewicz
One of the great truths of bargain travel is that you better book early if you want to save on air fares, especially for the peak holiday period.
This year, though, that maxim’s been turned upside down, according to this Yahool Travel report.
How could this be?
The “airlines may have jacked some prices up too high, too fast, the story says. “When that happens, airlines run sales closer to flight dates to fill the remaining seats on the plane. Airlines also ran many last-minute sales during the recession when Americans dramatically pulled back on flying.”
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