SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 30, July 30, 2009

Rock Bottom Airfares to the SEMA Show

  JetBlue
  SEMA partner JetBlue offers a 5% discount on airfare to the 2009 SEMA Show. Check www.SEMAShow.com for other bargain airfares.

The competition for air travel to Las Vegas is heating up, resulting in rock-bottom airfares to the SEMA Show! Expedia.com, for example, has roundtrip fares from Burbank as low as $102, or from Charlotte for $218. A roundtrip from Denver costs $166 when booked directly with Southwest Airlines.

SEMA has even negotiated discounts with JetBlue from select cities. Visit jetblue.com/promo for more information, and use the SEMA promotional code SEMA2009 when booking.

The key to getting the best deals is to comparison shop and book early. SEMA has made it even easier with a live airfare price watcher on www.SEMAShow.com (lower lefthand side of the page). The scrolling feature updates cheap airfares from cities all over North America.

Great airfares combined with historically low hotel rates make the 2009 SEMA Show more affordable than ever! Several hotels are offering rooms for as low as $45 per night!

Click here for official SEMA Show hotels and rates
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Flights and hotel rooms are subject to change, so book your travel now for the best deal.

Check out some of these great online deals we found recently:

November 2–6
Virgin America

  • Boston: $409
  • New York: $313
  • San Francisco: $202
  • Seattle: $269
  • Washington D.C.: $353

Southwest

  • Albany: $361
  • Albuquerque: $264
  • Amarillo: $298
  • Boston: $354
  • Burbank: $149
  • Chicago: $309
  • Denver: $166
  • Ft. Lauderdale: $315
  • Washington, D.C.: $342

www.expedia.com

  • Burbank: $102
  • Charlotte: $218
  • Chicago: $287
  • Dallas: $238
  • Greenville: $287
  • Miami: $252

www.Travelocity.com

  • Cleveland: $263
  • Kansas City: $220
  • Orange County: $128
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