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So i need to travel this week to a state and return flight ticket is $800+. I obviously don't want to pay this much. Is there a way or "hack" by which i can get flight tickets for cheap?

Flying from Seattle to Minneapolis, tomorrow or Friday. And I'm a student (if that could help bring the price down?).

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closed as too localized by RoflcoptrException, mindcorrosive, hippietrail, Karlson, choster Mar 21 '13 at 14:20

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If you rephrase the question as on short notice or so, it might survive and not be closed as too localised. – gerrit Mar 21 '13 at 9:15
I think this really too localized and should be a theme for discussion on chat. – VMAtm Mar 21 '13 at 9:34

Amtrak tickets are sold starting at at $328, and you'll get a nice experience too.

Greyhound tickets are sold at $188.10.

Flying is rarely the cheapest option if you don't have the option to book a long time in advance and to be flexible in the dates.

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