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    Isn't there somewhere on the website that talks about travel? Or should I say getting cheap (discounted tickets) to the Island? I'm trying to book my flight for December but I can't remember where that was. Believe if I get it now maybe it will be a tad cheaper.
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    hi

    Hi,
    it's on the main page of the website, left hand side, I'll send you the link http://www.stmatthews.edu/traveloptions.html

    good luck

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    Thank you Raha
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    Yo..

    What's up solo,

    In addition to the St. Matt's site, try looking around at all sorts of online ticket agencies, dealers, airlines etc... Some may have deals around the time you're looking for. Bottom line, just shop around, take your time, you'll find a good deal eventually.

    Oh by the way, I've found access to a ping pong table...so brush on your skills killer. Cuz when you reach the island...IT'S ON!!

    skidoc42
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    try www.biddingfortravel.com (gives inside info on the cheapest rates) along with www.mobissimo.com (searches over 100 travel sites at once for the best rate) along with www.sidestep.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoc42
    Oh by the way, I've found access to a ping pong table...so brush on your skills killer. Cuz when you reach the island...IT'S ON!!

    skidoc42
    ..Oh really Skidoc ? I was the unofficial "champion" of ping pong in my
    campus... I dunno if they were bad..or I was good..we shall find out
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    Thanks alot for the advice guys and I plan on looking into all of them. As for the ping pong, it's a no win situation for you ski doc...... and you to knight for that matter. I can't be beat.... oh but wait.... I CAN'T BE BEAT AT ANYTHING!
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    Yes ..using Austin Travel is definitely less expensive...

    NY/NJ area to Cayman round trip costs about $800 to $900 regular price....

    But Austin Travel gave it to me for $649
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    Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by Knight007
    Yes ..using Austin Travel is definitely less expensive...

    NY/NJ area to Cayman round trip costs about $800 to $900 regular price....

    But Austin Travel gave it to me for $649
    WOW! Yeah that's a hell of a deal. Wonder how much the'll give me a trip from Miami to the Cayman.
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