You’d have to look at all of the flight search sites to really know what the lowest fare is. CheapFlightsFinder.com lets you do that, all in one place.
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 2 May 2013
Flights, hotels, and match tickets – not to mention the froie gras – can all add up to a spendy few days at the French Open this May, but those travelers in the know are taking to the internet to save on at least the hotels and flights.
And it’s not the well known flight finder sites like Kayak and Momondo these savvy travelers are flocking to, it’s CheapFlightsFinder.com.
Cheap Flights Finder comparison shops the big name comparison sites to find the absolute lowest of the low fares currently available on the internet.
And, in fact, that kind of comparison shopping is a smart thing to do, say industry experts. One recent examination of twelve of the leading flight search sites found that no particular site will find the lowest fares available every single time. A lot of that is due to the various agreements sites have with different airlines – one site will give you the best price on a certain flight, and a different site will give you the best price on another.
But most travelers aren’t too keen on the idea of having to look for multiple flights from site to site in search of the lowest fare.
“The commonly held impression of the big comparison sites is that they do the hopping around for you and automatically pop up the lowest fare,” says Shah Sid, CEO of CheapFlightsFinder.com. “And it’s truly a misconception. You’d have to look at all of the flight search sites to really know what the lowest fare is. Cheap Flights Finder lets you do that, all in one place.”
Cheap Flights Finder offers one stop fare comparison shopping, with easy one click access to 14 of the biggest fare comparison sites on the Internet, easily available on one page.
And recent informal fare surveys have shown it pays to shop around, with some searches showing as much as a 30% savings by using Cheap Flights Finder to find the lowest fare available.
To learn more and to book your seats to the French Open, visit http://www.CheapFlightsFinder.com.