7 travel sites that can save you money

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There's so many sites purporting to offer you the best rates on flights and hotels that before you know it you've spent hours just comparing prices. (Despite the fact that most of the sites have little more than cosmetic differences between them.) We took a look at some of the most popular sites, and tell you about one that might save you a lot of hassle.

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