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Tickets to Venice/Rome

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I am going to venice and rome from november 3-15. I am looking to flying out of balt, dc or phili. We are looking at flying into venice and out of rome. I would prefer a nonstop .The cheapest price I have seen in the past 2 months is for nonstop out of phili with Us Airways for $1214 per tix. The price has gone down today to $1080 per tix

This is my first trip too Italy so I have no idea what a good price for a ticket is.

do these prices sound about right for traveling during lower season? I am wondering if I am looking to soon and or should I buy at the lower price. I know there is no crystal ball for these suitations. I am wondering if I should pull the trigger and buy. Any advice?

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