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For less than $20, you can travel to 17 destinations from Fresno. While they are all in California, there’s no shortage of really fun places to visit like Los Angeles and San Francisco. If you look far in advance, you may even be able to score $1 deals to get there!
Packed with stunning beach towns and bustling cities, the Golden State makes it easy to travel by bus or train from one place to the next without having to spend too much money.
If you decide to give San Fran a try, check out this awesome guide to biking in San Francisco, so you can make the most of your trip and enjoy everything it has to offer.
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|Route||$1 Deals?||Cheapest Avg. Price|
|Fresno to Atascadero||$16.00|
|Fresno to Corcoran||$12.50|
|Fresno to Denair||$17.25|
|Fresno to Goshen||$10.25|
|Fresno to Grover Beach||$19.00|
|Fresno to Hanford||$5.75|
|Fresno to Hollywood||$8.00|
|Fresno to Kettleman City||$12.00|
|Fresno to Lemoore||$10.00|
|Fresno to Merced||$13.75|
|Fresno to Modesto||$19.25|
|Fresno to Oakland||$7.00|
|Fresno to Paso Robles||$16.00|
|Fresno to San Francisco||$7.00|
|Fresno to Santa Maria||$20.00|
|Santa Maria to Visalia||$11.25|
|Santa Maria to Wasco||$17.25|
What is Cheapest Average Price?
The cheapest average price is the average amount of all of the cheapest bus or train prices available on Wanderu for a certain route over a 30-day period.
Bus and train carriers utilize what is known as dynamic pricing to determine ticket prices. That means that when a specific trip goes on sale (usually within four to six weeks prior to the trip date), tickets for that particular bus or train start at a certain low price and then get more expensive the more tickets are sold for that trip.
The cheapest average price may vary according to availability and carrier changes.
How to score the $1 deals
For certain routes, some bus carriers offer a starting ticket price of $1. That’s usually the price for the first couple of bookings for a bus that was just released for sale. Therefore, the earlier you book your trip, the higher chance you have of scoring a $1 deal.
However, if a bus sells out and the carrier decides to add another bus for the same date and time to meet the high demand, then the pricing cycle is reset, giving you the chance to score a $1 ticket at the last minute.
At Wanderu, we always bring you the best available deals out there and we’ve got even more tips to help you score really cheap bus tickets.