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Aside from the mentioned ideas, you can try to book longer but overlapping trips: You book A - B - A, with the return trip a week out. Then you book B - A - B, where the first leg is your return trip for the first leg of the first ticket, and the second leg is the startof the second trip - which you return with thesecond leg of the first ticket. You can ...


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Besides the fact of getting the weekend (or a lot of times the Sunday night) in the flights, it might also be cheaper just because of the reverse of direction (e.g. if you need to commute between cities A and B, instead of buying A-B-A, try looking for prices B-A-B, with a one-way-flight at the beginning). Often times, because of different flight patterns, ...


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There are a few airlines that will do ten return trips as a kind of carnet. Some airlines sell these directly, but I think most go through a reseller like OptionTown.com. Unfortunately the pricing isn't very good*, it's essentially the average price that you'd expect over the week, with a bit of a discount. Worse, although the tickets are supposed to be ...


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