Red Roof Inn Tucson South

3700 East Irvington Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85714, United States
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  • Solo70
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College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by mseltzerclaudio

We will bringing our daughter to University of AZ in Tucson at the end of August, and I have not booked our flights yet. Does anyone have any experience with timing your travel booking for the best rate to Tucson?

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by HarmoniousBotch

It depends on the airline. Some get more expensive as time passes, some seem to get cheaper.
Your best bet will probably turn out to be Southwest airlines, maybe Frontier. ( Unless you are flying from NY, in which case Jet Blue into Phoenix and bus or train to Tucson may be best. )
Southwest seems to hold their prices steady until 2 or 3 weeks beforehand, at which point they rise 50-100%.

To Tucson from where?

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by maestrousmc

I do a lot of my research on kayak.com, a site which searches essentially every booking and official airline site. What you'll find on kayak.com is a chart as well as graph showing trends in prices from recent searches as well as suggestions best on cheaper airfares for less expensive days. I think this is what you're looking for.

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by MikePinTucson

I use Kayak extensively, too. They include all airlines except Southwest and JetBlue. JetBlue just discontinued their non-stop flights from JFK. If you are coming from there, American often has relatively good fares to Tucson (JFK-DFW-Tus).

But do check into flying into both Tucson and Phoenix. There are more non-stops to Phoenix, but it is not always cheapest to fly there. Also check into price differences for rental cars in Phoenix and Tucson. I have found that Thrifty is often a good choice in Tucson.

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by maestrousmc

Hi Mike. I'm not sure why kayak doesn't inlcude the JetBlue flights from NY to Tucson but I thought you'd like to know that it shows up as an option for a majority of their other destinations. For your future travels.... :)

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by HarmoniousBotch

"I'm not sure why kayak doesn't inlcude the JetBlue flights from NY to Tucson..."

Probably because JetBlue doesn't fly there.

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by MikePinTucson

Right, Jet Blue discontinued Tucson-New York service in May.

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by bocmaxima

Check out ExpressJet as well (http://xjet.com). They have several non-stops to/from Tucson but are, unfortunately, discontinuing several in August. After August, we'll still have Sacramento, Ontario, Kansas City and San Antonio.
The airlines seem to be panicking right now about the fuel costs. I booked tickets from Tucson to Boston a little while ago and, not even a week later, both tickets jumped up over $100 each. If you're going this summer, for the start of the semester, book it now. If later, fares may go down. No telling, really.
Also: Phoenix to Tucson by train doesn't work. The Amtrak station is in Maricopa, which is 30 miles to the south of both Downtown Phoenix and the airport, and there isn't any public transit to that station. The easiest way to do Sky Harbor to Tucson is Arizona Shuttle, which runs about $25/person one-way.

Re: College Bound Child and AirFare Rates

by HarmoniousBotch

It looks like Bocmaxima is right about prices rising.

Back in April I bought a roundtrip from Southwest: Burbank to Portland during August. It cost $260. I just checked again today, and the same airfare is now $320.

Travel Tips for Tucson

You HAFTA stop by any of the...

by machinegirl

You HAFTA stop by any of the Zia Records stores to check out what's going on in the city (they have a lotta flyers). YEARS ago... when down town Saturday night was still a 'thing'. I actually saw Satan on the corner by the bus stop one time. It was always fun, and there were always a lot of nice (and different) people around.

Tucson or youth slang?

by matcrazy1

In this area there are at least two cultures mixed: Hispanic (Mexican) and Native Americans.
Haha, I tried to speak with these two young smiling people on my picture in ITL Coffee Shop. I must admit that I coudn't understand them although they were talking in English. They could understand me but I coudn't them :-(((. Did they use youth or Tucson slang?

It seems that the pronunciation of many words is quite different in Tucson. For example the word "saguaro" is pronaunced sah-WAH-row.

Turn your speakers on and follow the link below :-))

Tombstone, 1 and 1/2 hour drive from Tucson

by jumpingnorman

We enjoyed Tombstone which can easily be reached through an hour and a half drive from Tucson. It’s a great cowboy town that sprang up around the time when the mines were discovered by Ed Schieffel in 1877. Then, it became a village two years later, and a city in 1881.
In 1962 it was designated as a National Historic Landmark, and the Main street has been restored. It was here in 1881 when Wyatt and Virgil Earp along with Doc Holliday killed Billy Clanton and the McLaury brothers in the famous shootout at the OK Corral.
Nowadays, there’s a lot of shops and restaurants and the place is very touristy, offering horse-drawn stagecoach rides and cowboy gunfight shows for entertainment. It’s much like a Universal Studios segment planted right in the middle of the desert.
There is also "Boot Hill", the graveyard at the edge of the town where 250 residents of Tombstone were buried, most of them murdered, apparently killed by the Apache Indians, shot in gunfights, lynched or legally hanged. There is so much history here and it’s a great place to spend 3-4 hours!

Delta

by kop-queen

I flew Delta in 2008 and 2009. Manchester (UK) via Atlanta to Tucson

First time absolutely no problems. I was able to select exit row seating on both trans Atlantic crossings. Good schedule choice. Comfortable time to change in Atlanta allowing for customs and immigration and a decent meal.

Problems on our return in 2009. Schedule change with no notice, alternative flight was to be via Atlanta and Paris, delay leaving Tucson meant tight change in Atlanta which we made with 5 minutes to spare before gate closed however Delta had sold our seats assuming we would not make it in time. Hence 24 hour wait for next plane pls argument over who paid hotel and meal bills. Very poor customer service particularly at the gate. However in their defence when we returned home and submitted a complaint Delta were extremely quick to respond and gererous with a credit against future bookings. I will therefore probably tru them again.

Best Thai food in Tucson

by blueskyjohn about Karuna's Thai Plate

As with many restaurants with great food, this place has a huge local following. Who would know better what the best place to eat is. There are only several tables and a huge takeout service.

The restaurant is not know for its ambience, but if you want the best Thai food in Tucson, this is the palce. My favorite dish is th chicken masaman. Very good.

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 Red Roof Inn Tucson South

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Address: 3700 East Irvington Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85714, United States