(PRWEB) May 18, 2012
Travelers looking to book flights to Texas this summer can benefit from InsanelyCheapFlights.com's recent promotion. The travel retailer has announced the inclusion of major Texas destinations in its sale on flight bookings, offering travelers a promotional code usable when purchasing airline tickets to cities such as Houston, Austin and Corpus Christi.
While the sale is directed at summer travelers, the discount is also valid for travel dates through the end of the year. Travelers to Austin, for example, can find cheap airfare and save up to $20 on service fees.
City slickers still wanting some greenery may wish to consider flights to the state’s biggest city, Houston, for a mini-break. With 337 parks, the city has plenty of open space without compromising on the energy of a bustling metropolis. The discount on flights to Houston is available from most major airports.
Dallas is also covered by the InsanelyCheapFlights.com promotional discount. Fly into Dallas-Fort Worth and experience a delicious Texas-style Memorial Day Cookout at Dallas Zoo. The promotional code to save on flights to Dallas can be found on the homepage of InsanelyCheapFlights.com.
"We're excited to include the Lone Star State in our travel deals," says Steve Oliverez, CEO of InsanelyCheapFlights. "With great weather, good food and unique regional charms, Texas makes for a great vacation option."
Since launching three years ago, InsanelyCheapFlights has experienced rapid growth in the crowded travel market by helping flyers find the cheapest flights available. While many travel sites have shifted gears in recent years toward promoting hotel offerings, InsanelyCheapFlights has maintained its focus on cheap tickets. This approach has allowed the site to gain traction against larger, more established websites.
“We are constantly looking at ways to give our customers more bang for their travel buck and plan to add even more destinations to the promotion," says Oliverez. "Customers should keep an eye on our website for more exciting deals over the coming weeks.”