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Airfare Review

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product.

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Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' homepage where you can begin searching immediately or browse the full site to see everything it has to offer.

Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' homepage where you can begin searching immediately or browse the full site to see everything it has to offer.
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Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' hotel search page where you can search for you ideal hotel in the destination of your choice and make the booking.

Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' hotel search page where you can search for you ideal hotel in the destination of your choice and make the booking.
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Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' travel insurance affiliate, TravelGuard where you can sign up for travel insurance.

Image of Airfare.com online travel sites' travel insurance affiliate, TravelGuard where you can sign up for travel insurance.

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.

Airfare.com is a very small and straightforward flight and hotel booking service. As online travel sites go, it specializes in airfare and hotel reservations. Airfare.com’s search engine reflects international and domestic flights and hotels.

Unfortunately, when booking a flight you cannot get frequent flyer miles, and they do not offer any additional resources like travel news or weather reports. And if you use this service, make certain you won't need changes because if for any reason, you do need to change ticket dates or flight times there is a colossal $200.00 fee.

Customer support on the site is a tightly edited page of information regarding rates and terms and conditions. We also found Airfare.com does not offer email support or an FAQ section. We had to call Airfare.com on the phone (gasp!) to get answers to our questions.