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ROCHESTER, Minn. - If you are looking to take a flight around Thanksgiving and have not booked it yet, now might be a good time to do so.
Travel experts say that the average cost for a round trip ticket this year will be $415, a jump of nearly seven percent from last year.
They also say that each day you wait to book your flight could cost you $5 more.
“It's all based on inventory. The airlines only have so many seats at the best prices and when those sell out they go up to the next best price and so on and so forth, so the best piece of advice I would suggest is flexibility,” said Laurie Johnsrud, a travel agent at Travel Leaders in Rochester.
She said they just had a situation like this.
“I was looking of traveling to Walt Disney World over the Thanksgiving time frame and the flights that we had looked at one day, versus the very next day, 200 dollars per person it went up overnight,” Johnsrud said.
She said if you are able to fit traveling on Thanksgiving or the day after, that is your best bet. Those days are the cheapest because most people are already at their destinations.
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