The dreaded red-eye flight to Las Vegas. Flying overnight can save you a heap of
cash. If you don't like the idea of flying to Vegas on a red-eye then fly one home. Chances are you'll be so pleasantly exhausted
after your fun Vegas vacation that you will enjoy the extra sleep on the plane.
Never accept the first fare quoted. More often than not a less expensive
deal will come up within hours of your booking.
Sometimes it may be cheaper to buy two round trip tickets - one for the day you want
to leave home and the day you want to leave Vegas - than buying one regular round trip fare.
Book your flight well in advance. Airlines usually sell tickets
much less the earlier you book it.
If you book a flight with an airline and subsequently see them advertising cheaper
flights call the airline and complain demanding a refund for the difference
What is the best way to get a stand-by seat?
Reserve an economy seat for your flight. Arrive at the airport the day you want to
leave and see if you can get a standby ticket (the best standby days are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). If you can
get a standby seat then become a no-show on your economy ticket for a full refund.