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If you’re planning a vacation and want to book everything on one site, CheapTickets could be a strong option. But its rewards program is fairly limited and its customer service charges may turn some customers off.
CheapTickets can help you locate and book travel arrangements — then again, several other websites also do that. A couple of perks that make CheapTickets unique:
When you book a flight with CheapTickets, you’ll receive CheapCash to help fund a hotel booking. The exact amount you’ll receive varies and the rewards expire in 30 days.
If you book a flight, car rental or cruise with CheapTickets and find a cheaper price online within 24 hours, CheapTickets will refund you the difference. For vacation packages, you’ve got 48 hours after booking to find a better rate. It also accepts claims up to 48 hours before check-in for hotel reservations.
If you’re still weighing whether or not CheapTickets is for you, consider the benefits and drawbacks:
CheapTickets is a site that helps you book flights, hotel rooms, car rentals and cruises — plus event and attraction tickets for entertainment once your feet are on the ground. It searches hundreds of providers to save you time while you’re planning a trip and curates special everyday deals.
CheapTickets can help you find and book:
After you make a purchase, your ticket, voucher and/or order confirmation will be delivered to your email inbox along with a receipt.
You might be able to print the tickets, depending on the type of product you purchased — but most providers allow and even encourage entry through digital tickets.
Payment methods accepted by CheapTickets:
You can also use PayPal or Affirm to fund your purchase on hotel reservations.
Return and refund policies vary, depending on the product you purchased and the direct provider you purchased from. For instance, if you purchase a plane ticket, the cancellation and change fees will be determined by the airline you booked with, not CheapTickets.
Read the terms and conditions before checkout to understand the risk in advance.
In general, here’s what you need to know:
If you typically stay in hotels while traveling, CheapTickets has decent incentives to make using its service worthwhile. But if you’re hoping for more flexibility when it comes to using your rewards, check out some of the best sites for booking travel to find one that better suits your needs.
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