Airfare/Alaska

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bikevegas

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#1
My wife and I are looking at a possible Alaska cruise for 2004. If you take the Northbound or Southbound routes, how much more is the airfare than flying roundtrip to Seattle or Vancouver?:AL:USA
 
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Sestra

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#2
That's an unanswerable question, since airfares change every hour it seems. I was looking for fares into Seattle and out of Vancouver, waited one day to get home and get my credit card and it had gone up by 178$!!! So I waited and in a week it was back down to what I felt would be the lowest I would get, so booked it. Be patient, shop around various online brokers and even check out the airline sites themselves for specials. I found my bargain at the airline, which was cheaper than the 2 big travel sites. (T & E :)) Remember too, that distance doesn't guarantee being cheaper or more expensive.
 
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mabella

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Hello! We are flying from Ft. Lauderdale to Seattle via Delta then Seattle to Anchorage via Continental in early Sept. 2003. We are paying more for the Sea/Anch. portion then to fly cross country!! This didn't deter us thought because we have an amazing price for the Ftl. /Seattle leg. The lowest fare I found for sea/anch was $267.08 One way. I check all the travel websites then called the airlines myself. This is a last minute trip so I only started checking 35 days prior to departure. Good Luck to you!
 

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