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Indiana features many affordable lodging options and numerous local attractions, such as the world famous Indy 500.
While you're there, sample some of Indiana's Authentic Cuisine, featuring recipes passed down through generations.
A Cheap Air Ticket to Indiana often requires arriving in and departing from Indianapolis. Many towns and cities throughout the state are easily accessible from there via ground transportation.
During off seasons, you can get a round trip ticket to Indianapolis from San Francisco for about $300, or from New York City for about $225, by using the Name Your Own Price feature on priceline.
Expect prices rise toward the end of May, largely due to the annual Indy 500.
To score a Cheap Air Ticket to Indianapolis, simply visit priceline, and search your desired departure and return dates. Then click the "Name Your Own Price" option. Doing this can save you up to 40 percent on your flight.
Beware that certain rules apply to naming your own price on priceline. For example, your itinerary is fixed, and your payment cannot be refunded.
For even bigger savings, buy your Cheap Air Ticket as least two weeks in advance.
Research all accessible points of arrival and departure. Some cities are cheaper to fly to than others.
If you don't care too much about scheduled events, you can enjoy maximum savings by allowing your travel dates to be flexible.
Finally, you can save up to $500 on priceline by booking your flight, hotel and car at the same time.
Remember to compare prices for all major airports accessible from your area. You might be able to save more money by landing at particular airports, then taking ground travel to your desired destination.
The state of Indiana is served by the Greyhound and Trailways bus lines.
Greyhound stations in Indiana are located at Burns Harbor, Corydon, Dale, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Goshen, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lapaz, Ligonier, Michigan City, Peru, Rochester, Rolling Prairie, South Bend, Wakarusa and Westfield, to name a few.
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The Indiana branch of Trailways is based in Fort Wayne, and stops in the cities of Marion, South Bend, Angola, Auburn, LaGrange, Kendallville, Warsaw, Wabash, and Huntington.
Despite being pricier than a bus ride or a plane flight, train travel is an increasingly popular form of ground transportation for travelers on a budget.
Amtrak Stations in the state of Indiana are located at Connersville, Crawfordsville, Dyer, Elkhart, Hammond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Michigan City, Rensselear, South Bend and Waterloo.
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Check Amtrak's website for discount deals and special offers.
Other available transportation options are Airport to Hotel shuttles, local taxi services, car shares, chartered buses, shared or rented passenger vehicles, and Amish horses and buggies.
There are many ways of getting to and around Indiana. Do some online research and find the lowest price.
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