DENVER -- If you're planning to do any holiday travel, you should book your tickets now, according to AAA.
The travel agency projects 750,000 Coloradans will be traveling this holiday season, capping off a record year for travel for people living in Colorado.
Thanksgiving Day is just 64 days away. Skyler McKinley with AAA recommends Coloradans to start booking airline and hotel tickets.
"What you really must do is examine long-term trends and when it comes to booking holiday travel: that's Thanksgiving, that's Christmas, that's New Years. You need to book that now," said McKinley.
Airline ticket prices will start to go up as it gets closer to Thanksgiving. McKinley said while travel search engine sites can give you options, going to a travel agent may be better.
"This day in age, you might think, 'Hey I should go online. It might be easier and cheaper.’ But travel agents generally don't charge for their services, and they got their expertise because they do this all the time," McKinley said.
Resorts in the Caribbean may be having deals right now due to hurricane Irma, but AAA recommends to do your homework on the region and resort to make sure everything is operational before booking.
“If you see these really good deals, that you can’t believe. If it seems too good to be true chances are it is,” McKinley said. “A lot of infrastructures are down; roads are down; airports are damaged.”