It’s no secret that airline tickets are pretty steep these days. But they still fluctuate. If you’re interested in getting the cheapest tickets possible, several travel sites have come up with “fare trackers.”
Kayak.com, for instance, will send you a weekly e-mail alert that shows you a flight’s current price and how much it’s changed since you signed up. You simply type in the details of the flight you want to track. You’ll see a little link at the top left of the results page that says “Track fares by e-mail.” Click it, create an account, and you’re all set.
Sites that offer similar services are FareCompare.com and Yapta.com.[Ed. Note: Why not use one of these services to get the best price on your airfare to ETR’s 2008 Info-Marketing Bootcamp? Of course, you don’t have to worry about paying a few extra bucks for tickets… after all, you’ll be attending an unprecedented conference where each speaker will give you a specific idea that can make you at least $100,000 in 2009.]