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$49: Los Angeles to Las Vegas

Spirit Airlines | Posted at March 30th, 2011

Cheaper than the Flight Below.

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$284: Los Angeles to Cancun

Delta | Posted at February 26th, 2011

A cheap fare to Cancun that hasn’t climbed.

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$711: Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh City

China Southern Airlines | Posted at February 19th, 2011

Big Sale to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City).

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$427: Los Angeles to London

Iberia Airlines | Posted at February 12th, 2011

Visit Big Ben for only Four Benjamins and change!

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Note: Select dates through the end of March.

$179: Los Angeles to Seattle

Virgin America | Posted at February 1st, 2011

It’s downpouring low fares to the Pacific Northwest.

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Note: Many dates in February are available.  In March and April prices are still below $200.

$771: Los Angeles to Tokyo

Singapore Airlines | Posted at December 7th, 2010

Having just returned from two months in Asia, I gained even more appreciation for the epic isle of Japan. It’s finely tuned public transportation, spotless avenues and multi-functional toilets are above and beyond.

A common stigma about Japan is that everything is expensive, overpriced and the US dollar is worth dirt. That was true in the 1980′s. However, in 2010, not the case. I was able to find modern, clean, snug hotels for only $100/night in Tokyo and Kyoto.

Meals were only $10-15. Remember, there’s no tipping in Japan. Also, green tea and water are free with your meal. In America, drinks and tip account for 35% of your bill. But, these expenses are avoided in Japanese restaurants. I had an incredible sushi meal at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market for only $10 total.

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$764: West Coast to Hong Kong

Air China | Posted at September 8th, 2010

Even if Hong Kong isn’t your final destination in Asia, it is usually one of the cheapest flights from the US.

During the month of November, flights to Hong Kong from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle are in the $750 range.

We found LAX to Hong Kong for $765 on Air China (see below).

If you’ve never been to China, read what not to do there. These include, not traveling there during the Golden Weeks, unless you enjoy massive crowds. And, don’t expect much English to be spoken. Also, don’t be shocked by the bathroom habits of small children. Read more.

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$877: West Coast to Bangkok

China Southern Airlines | Posted at September 2nd, 2010

It’s been frustrating this summer trying to find affordable tickets to southeast Asia. We were so spoiled last year with abundant rates in the $600′s to tropical cities such as Phnom Penh, Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok. We even found $588 to Manila from San Francisco.

Gone are those days. In 2010 you’re lucky if you can fly to southeast Asia for under $1,000. So when we see prices under $900, we have to mention them.

Below is Los Angeles to Bangkok for $877 on China Southern Airlines for travel next March. Try dates from September through March to Thailand (from the West Coast), before the temperatures in Siam start sizzling.

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$668: West Coast to Moscow

Aeroflot | Posted at August 23rd, 2010

Fly non-stop from Los Angeles to Moscow for only $668 next May on Aeroflot.

Flights from San Francisco and Seattle are in the low $700′s.

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$803: Los Angeles to Seoul

Air China | Posted at July 29th, 2010

With a just released Associated Press report detailing that domestic airfares in Q1 are up 5% over last year, it is only a matter of time until the same is reported about international airfares. Read more.

With that said, it’s been harder to find cheap rates to Asia these days. In 2009 it was commonplace to see prices in the $500′s to Japan, Philippines and Vietnam. However, that’s nearly impossible this year.

Flights to Seoul on China Air are in the low-800′s for November and mid-$800′s for October travel. It’s pretty wide open. We actually found the cheapest fare on Vayama. Air China’s website was slightly more expensive.

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