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Old 04-13-2010, 10:14 PM   #1
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Flying to LA from Bellingham for a Canucks game

Hey guys,

My buddies thought it'd be fun to fly out to LA for a Canucks game either Monday or Wednesday. The cheapest price I've found so far is a $58 one way from Bellingham to LA. I was wondering if anyone can find any cheaper prices or direct me to the right site to look.

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Selling two tickets. Section 102 Row 13. Behind the Canucks net for 1st and 3rd periods. $210 for the pair.
Originally posted by phatboyWhat about the 2nd period?
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Old 04-14-2010, 07:26 AM   #2
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I think Allegiant and Alaska are the only two major commercial airlines that fly out of BLI. You'd have to drive to Seattle if you want to pick other airlines. To be honest, I doubt you'll be able to beat Allegiant's prices (plus the shorter drive is a bonus) so I'd probably stick with Allegiant.

Anyways, you'll probably want to look at airlines where SEA or LAX (or one of the nearby regional airports) is a hub.

I also usually check sites like Hotwire, Cheaptickets, Orbitz, etc for pricing comparison. However, if it were up to me, Id just take Allegiant since driving to Seattle and finding parking is a pain in the ass.
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