You'll likely pack your toothbrush and other essentials before your next vacation, but would you ever leave your destination up to chance?
There's a new website offering affordable airfare for the essentially the flip of a coin.
That's the premise of GetGoing.com which is set to launch November 1.
The site promises airfare discounts of up to 40 percent to users willing to let the website pick their final destination.
You choose your travel dates and what kind of trip you want.
GetGoing.com will search hundreds of destinations to find the ones that work for you, including places you haven't thought of, according to the website.
Then you pick two ideal trips and GetGoing.com will choose one of them and book it for you.
You'll only be charged for the trip that's booked.
So we want to know, is there anything you'd leave up to chance like this?
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