Everyone likes to get cheap flights. Getting cheap is not a rocket science, and if you apply a few of these tips, you should be able to save yourself some money the next time you book airfare. So here we go!




 How to get cheap flights when you travel

Tick the 'flexible dates' box to get cheap flights Most flight search engines have a little box where you can tick that your dates are flexible. This means you get to see deals for flights departing 3 days in advance and 3 days after your selected date. It's a great function to play around with and you can often save yourself a nice chunk of money just by flying a few days earlier/later than you originally intended.


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Avoid the holiday season

Flying during the holiday season is expensive; that's the one time of year when everyone is trying to get home to see family and friends, and because the demand is incredibly high, airlines can hike up prices and travelers will still pay for it.


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avoid summer break

If you can avoid flying in July and August, you'll save yourself quite a bit of money. The thing about travelling during the summer months is that kids are off school and families can finally go on holiday. However, the demand for flights drives up the airfare.


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Check flights as soon as they are posted

When is the best time to get cheap flights? There is a lot of speculation regarding this topic, however, the general consensus seems to be Tuesday. Most airlines post new deals late Monday night, which means Tuesday is a good time to browse for deals

Choose cheap days to fly

The cheapest days for flying seem to be Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Avoid flying on Fridays and Sundays. Most travellers want to leave on a Friday so they can make the most of the weekend, and Sunday is a popular day to return because people need to be at work by Monday. This demand drives up the cost.