Cheap Flights From San Diego at InsanelyCheapFlights.com

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Website discounts flights from San Diego to other major airports.

Travelers looking for cheap tickets from San Diego can now save on flights to thousands of U.S. and international destinations, travel website InsanelyCheapFlights.com announced today. The site is currently discounting the cost of booking airline tickets on many popular routes from San Diego International Airport.

Travelers headed to Las Vegas for the weekend can skip the five hour drive and save with cheaper airfare on flights from San Diego to Las Vegas. The discount is redeemed by entering the promotional code found on the site’s homepage while booking a flight, and applies to service fees. While the promotion is valid on stand-alone flight bookings only, the site is also currently offering vacation packages to Las Vegas that include airfare and a hotel room at one of the many popular hotels on Las Vegas Boulevard. While the discount on vacation packages varies, it can often mean savings of up to several hundred dollars.

Flights to Hawaii from San Diego are also discounted. This includes flights to Honolulu, where travelers can check out Pearl Harbor and lounge on Waikiki beach, as well as flights to the more remote island of Maui. Winter beachgoers should note that the discount is available on travel dates through the end of the year. Those looking to travel in-state can find cheap flights to Sacramento, San Jose, and San Francisco, where the savings can be applied to a rental car for travel on to Napa Valley.

A relative newcomer to the travel industry, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has grown rapidly in recent years. While many large travel sites have switched from marketing flights to more lucrative hotel offerings, InsanelyCheapFlights.com has remained focused on helping its visitors find the cheapest flights available. With this most recent promotion, San Diego joins the list of U.S. cities currently benefiting from the site’s goal of making air travel more affordable for all.

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