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Cheap Flight to Rome Question

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My wife and I are in the preliminary stages of planning a 12 day trip to Italy for the end of next April/early May--likely doing the Rome, Florence, Tuscany swing--and are looking at flights. We're out of DC, and I assumed JFK in NYC would be the best bet, but found the best rates flying US Air out of Philadelphia--$600 roundtrip, no layover. Price increased by $200 or so apiece if we went several weeks later.

My question is: is such a price going to stick around, or do I need to book it now?

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