Just in Time for Turkey! Four Thanksgiving Airfare Tricks for Last Minute Planners

Not having my Thanksgiving flight booked just over a month out was making me nervous. I knew that with each passing day, the airfare was rising, eating away at my wallet just in time for turkey. Some travelers know their Thanksgiving plans, allowing them to book early and avoid the price gouging. However, many last minute planners like me wait until around a month out to book their tickets for Thanksgiving. If you are in the market for a flight home, you don’t necessarily have to hand over your wallet. By practicing these Thanksgiving airfare tricks, you can come home for the holiday without forking over your entire paycheck.

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Celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving in Toronto

Canadian Thanksgiving takes place on the second Saturday of every October. This year the date falls on the 14th. Differences between the Canadian and American versions of the holiday are nuanced with both celebrations centering around a family feast of turkey with all the trimmings. Essentially, Canadian Thanksgiving is just a lot earlier and further north – but just as delicious!

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Five Tips For Flying Through The Airport

Thanksgiving is just under a month away and flyers are already noticing. Airports are getting busier as the holidays creep closer. As a result, we are spending more time in airports waiting in security lines, printing boarding passes and sifting through items to remove from overweight bags. These precious minutes lost around the holidays can turn into missed connections. If you want to cruise through the airport a little faster this holiday season, here are a few simple things you can do to save time.

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AAA: 42.5 Million Americans Traveling for Thanksgiving

42.5 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, according to a report from AAA.

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Five Restaurants in Chicago Open for Thanksgiving 2011

Whether you're a traveler or someone who really dislikes the act of cooking, Thanksgiving can be a little bit of a nightmare.

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