[02/18/2023 @ 08:23 AM CT] Book this fare on: Priceline, BookingBuddy, Travelocity, Tripadvisor, Skyscanner, Expedia, Orbitz, Hotwire, CheapTickets, Kayak.
[2023-02-28 08:58:00] Deal expired or removed. If it goes back online we will send out another notification.
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United has round-trip flights from Austin (AUS) to Los Angeles (LAX) for $108, NONSTOP. Flights February, March, April, May, August, September, November, and December. Weekends available. Origin/Destination reversible. Holiday blackouts.
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- Vacation rentals in Los Angeles under $160 a night: (Vrbo) Mar 22 - Mar 25 / Mar 22 - Mar 28 / Mar 25 - Mar 28 / Mar 29 - Apr 04 / Mar 29 - Apr 05 / Apr 28 - May 03 / Note: There are more properties available outside of the $160 price filter. To see those, remove the filter on the VRBO search page.
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- Tips: Vacation rentals on Vrbo are usually cheaper per night for longer stays than shorter stays. This is due to three main factors; The first is that most properties have a cleaning fee that is a fixed rate, the second is that many hosts provide discounts for stays longer than 6-days, the third is that the Vrbo service fee percentage is higher on short stays.
- Tips: You can (and should) sort the Vrbo vacation rental search results by “Total” price. Doing so exposes properties with high fees. For example, a $140 per-night property with $100 fees will rank as being more expensive than a $150 per-night property with $30 fees, when sorted. Sorting by “most reviews” is also a good option, as this will show you the most popular properties.
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