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Websites to help determine if the price is fair?

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I've been watching flights from PHL to LAX with Virgin America for Jan 2014. I'm more than 6 months out and I know I have heard that flights sometimes go down after 6 months out.

Wondering if there are any sites that will help me determine when a price is good or not. Bing Travel wasn't helpful I guess maybe because Philadelphia isn't a popular city (I was looking up dates in November just so I could get a general idea how Bing worked).

Right now the price for first class, one way is around $700.

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