Among the tools buried on the Webjet travel search site site is a flight alert system which lets you specify a chosen destination and date range, and then sends you either a daily or weekly email with the best current deals for that destination. It's a potentially helpful option for budget travel planning, but some caveats apply. There's a similar service on offer from previously mentionedI Want That Flight as well, and the concerns we raised for it apply here too: flights tend not to get cheaper, so if you know when you want to go, you're better off committing as soon as possible. And as we've also pointed out before, if you do get details of a good deal, you're almost certainly better off then seeking it directly on the relevant airline site rather than paying Webjet's high booking fees.
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