How to find travel deals on Facebook and Twitter

Savvy travelers have been looking to Facebook, Twitter, Loopt, Foursquare, and other social media sites to find the latest available bargains from airlines, tour providers, cruise lines, hotels, and restaurants. Even convention and visitors’ bureaus have gotten in on the action.
They sound too good to be true: $10 flights. $93/night hotels in Miami (including a free night’s stay). $9.99/day weekend car rentals. Half-off trips to Australia. Believe it or not, these were all recently available – but only if you knew where to look.
If you haven’t yet gotten involved with social media, now’s the time to start. Savvy travelers have been looking to Facebook, Twitter, Loopt, Foursquare, and other social media sites to find the latest available bargains from airlines, tour providers, cruise lines, hotels, and restaurants. Even convention and visitors’ bureaus have gotten in on the action, publicizing deals and promotions through their respective Facebook and Twitter feeds. Travel providers are using these sites to unload last-minute airfares, hotel rooms, and other unsold inventory

Savvy travelers have been looking to Facebook, Twitter, Loopt, Foursquare, and other social media sites to find the latest available bargains from airlines, tour providers, cruise lines, hotels, and restaurants. Even convention and visitors’ bureaus have gotten in on the action. They sound too good to be true: $10 flights. $93/night hotels in Miami (including a free night’s stay). $9.99/day weekend car rentals. Half-off trips to Australia. Believe it or not, these were all recently available – but only if you knew where to look. If you haven’t yet gotten involved with social media, now’s the time to start. Savvy travelers have been looking to Facebook, Twitter, Loopt, Foursquare, and other social media sites to find the latest available bargains from airlines, tour providers, cruise lines, hotels, and restaurants. Even convention and visitors’ bureaus have gotten in on the action, publicizing deals and promotions through their respective Facebook and Twitter feeds. Travel providers are using these sites to unload last-minute airfares, hotel rooms, and other unsold inventory

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