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LAS VEGAS - SEPTEMBER 6: An Allegiant Air jet carrying members of the New Orleans Fire Department comes in for a landing at McCarran International Airport on September 6, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Las Vegas-based airline will initially pick up the cost of flying New Orleans police, firefighters and their families to Vegas for a three to five day vacation at local hotel-casinos to provide rest to those traumatized by the damage inflicted by Hurricane Katrina. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Need to get away for a few days, but don’t want to break the bank? Here are a few vacation booking hacks to keep more money in your pocket.

Sam Shank, the CEO of booking site HotelTonight, says when it comes to finding a room, wait until the last minute as lodging prices come down the closer to the stay date. However, flights are the opposite.

George Hobica at the Los Angeles Times reveals that you should always book plane tickets for multiple passengers separately, as airlines will price them at the higher fare.

If your bank doesn’t charge foreign fees, try booking from the company using the site’s location as another country, even if that means having to translate the language.

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