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Subject: PHL/EWR TRIP TO SFO/OAK Date: 6/3/2004 9:50 AM
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I live near Allentown, PA. I am planning a trip from Philadelphia/Newark to San Francisco/Oakland for the birth of my 5th grandchild. I want to leave on or around 9/4/04 and return no later than 9/23/04. I have tried the usual sites (Travelocity, Expedia, Orbitz, etc.)and can't find prices less than the $240-$250 range. I would appreciate any help for the following questions.

1. Am I starting too early? Would it be better if I waited to make my reservations since my outbound trip can be during Labor Day weekend?

2. Could I do better by calling the airlines directly?

3. Are there any other websites that I should be trying?

Thanks in advance.
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