Cost may depress July 4th travel

Hotel, air, car rental charges up this year

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Not all travel watchdogs are reporting price hikes for the summer’s top holiday. CEO Jeff Klee said July Fourth airfares are down an average 5.9 percent this year compared to last year. CheapAir data shows that of the top 141 destinations, 126 have lower fares than last year, while just 15 have higher fares.

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