Cheap airfare , when to save

Buying airline tickets at the cheapest prices can sometimes be challenging and requires a certain strategy. Here are some tips on when and how to shop for airline tickets to make them as cheap as possible:

The cheapest flights within a week are usually available on the following days:

  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays: These days are often considered the cheapest. Most people travel on weekends, so midweek prices tend to be lower.

  • Thursdays: This day can also be cheaper, especially for evening departures, as people often prefer to travel at the weekend or early in the week.

In general, off-peak flights, i.e. outside weekends and holidays, tend to be more cost-effective. It is also advisable to look for early morning or late evening flights, when prices may be lower.

  1. Book in advance: generally, the earlier you book, the cheaper you can get your tickets. The ideal time to buy tickets is usually 6-8 weeks before departure.

  2. Be flexible with dates. Flights during the week (especially on Tuesdays and Wednesdays) are often cheaper than weekend flights. Also, early morning or late evening flights can be cheaper.

  3. Keep an eye on promotions and discounts: sign up for airline and travel agent newsletters to keep up to date with special offers and discounts. Also follow social networks and travel blogs.

  4. Use flight search engines: Use multiple flight search engines with us to have everything in one place

  5. Consider nearby airports: Sometimes it may be cheaper to fly to or from a smaller or less busy airport nearby.

  6. While not always reliable, sometimes you can find very cheap last minute tickets. However, this is a rather risky strategy and is not suitable for all trips.

  7.  If you travel a lot, consider joining airline frequent flyer programs where you can earn points and get discounts on future flights.

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