has announced the launch of 17 city-specific travel sites. The first of their kind, the city-specific sites will be introduced nationwide from New York to Los Angeles, and are dedicated to travel from the gateways they serve.
“When searching for travel from Chicago, for instance, you don’t care about deals from Atlanta,” states Terry Trippler, airline expert with CheapSeats.com. “The city-specific sites eliminate extra searching and make everything relevant - travelers from Chicago only access those sales and specials which pertain to them.”
City-specific sites include:
Atlanta - www.cheapseats.com/ATL
Baltimore - www.cheapseats.com/BWI
Boston - www.cheapseats.com/BOS
Chicago - www.cheapseats.com/CHI
Dallas/Fort Worth - www.cheapseats.com/DAL
Denver - www.cheapseats.com/DEN
Detroit - www.cheapseats.com/DTW
Houston - www.cheapseats.com/HOU
Los Angeles - www.cheapseats.com/LAX
Miami - www.cheapseats.com/MIA
Minneapolis/St Paul - www.cheapseats.com/MSP
New York - www.cheapseats.com/NYC
Philadelphia - www.cheapseats.com/PHL
Phoenix - www.cheapseats.com/PHX
San Francisco - www.cheapseats.com/SFO
Seattle - www.cheapseats.com/SEA
Washington D.C. - www.cheapseats.com/WAS
All the sites offer exclusive CheapSeats technology, designed to deliver the most domestic and international faring options in a single search - up to 230 flight options with each query. Travelers can search with confidence because CheapSeats has been proven to return lower international fares nearly twice as often as Orbitz?’, its closest competitor*.
In addition to airfare, each CheapSeats site will offer air-inclusive vacation packages and cruises with prices quoted from the gateway it serves. Other standard services such as lodging, car rentals, and travel insurance are also available.
Not only can travelers search relevant deals, but they can also read up on travel news and information that matters most to them. In a section of each site called “Trippler On Travel,” Terry Trippler will offer news and advice on everything from how to travel with a favorite sports team to an away game (and not miss work!) to taking advantage of the latest airline sales. Early next week, Trippler will also publish information on traveling to College Football Bowl games.