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How To Get Cheap
When we plan a vacation, we need to look into the
accommodation, duration of travel, travel dates and last
but not the least, flight tickets. Apart from saving money
on the accommodation, saving money on flight tickets
will make your trip inexpensive and light on the pocket.
Learning how to get the cheapest flights help reduce your
travel expenses to a huge extent.
There are several hacks and tricks to get the best offers to
book cheap economy flights. Following are some
strategies that will help you save more.
1. Start searching early
As soon as you decide on your trip, start searching for the
best economy class flights. Airlines release tickets about
11 months in advance, hence you have sufficient time to
search and decide on the best deal. Trip Brands lists the
best deals on airlines, flight tickets, and discount offers.
2. Adjust the flight time and dates
The best tip to finding cheap flights is to be flexible with
the flight time and travel dates. Flying on a weekday or at
unpopular hours help you get better deals on flights
3. Identify the cheapest payment method
Certain airlines or travel portals charge you extra fees on
your debit and credit card. Identify the best means to pay
your air flight tickets so as to avoid charges on your card
making the air ticket more expensive.
4. Consider round-trip tickets
Even if you are flying one way or uncertain about your
return date, it makes more sense to pick round trip
tickets as they are cheaper. BookOtrip (online travel
agencies in Philadelphia) bring the best offers of roundtrip tickets on economy class flights.
5. Use different airlines
It’s often cheaper to use two different airlines in the “To”
and “Return” journey. Booking two separate one-ways on
different airlines can sometimes give you a better deal.