Travel through Expedia?

Where do you turn to when making travel arrangements? Do you use a website such at Travelocity or Expedia? Or do you use a travel agent?

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9 Responses to Travel through Expedia?

  1. l'empress says:

    Where am I going? And how? The first page I look at is the Amtrak page.

  2. Lindy says:

    Years ago (in the ’80s and early ’90s) we would use a travel agent. I don’t remember when we quit using one but we always buy our airline tickets directly from the airline, online. As well, we make our reservations for hotels and car rentals online. IF we were going to travel outside the U.S., or take a cruise, I would use a travel agent. I have not found that the websites such as Travelocity or Expedia are any less expensive and actually are quite annoying (to me) by all the hoops one must jump through to try and find a decent price.

  3. maryz says:

    We look at those two sites for comparisons, but then buy our flights directly from the airlines (Southwest whenever possible).

  4. Bev says:

    LOL. I can’t believe how many times MaryZ and I have the same answer. I haven’t used a travel agent in decades.

  5. Jon says:

    I think it was Travelocity.

  6. Jennifer says:

    Depends on where I’m traveling. I usually check them all- Expedia, Travelocity, Kayak, individual airline sites. Domestically, Expedia usually works out well, though.

  7. Melissa says:

    I have used travelocity quite a bit in the past, but now I have been using BING travel…..then I go to the website with the best rate and schedule.

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