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How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets

Shopping around has ceased to be the single magic trick for those looking for cheap airline tickets. You can now do a whole lot of other things to help you grab that ticket price that fantastically suits your budget.

To begin, here are some tried and tested tips to keep in mind:

1. It’s not always a matter of booking early.

Say a budget airline earlier has just announced an attractive new route with very tempting ticket prices. How exactly do you get those tickets? You’ll be surprised it’s not always about booking early. What’s more important is checking the prices regularly. Airlines can decrease ticket prices anytime before a flight. Therefore, when it comes to regular ticket prices, it may be best to book two or three weeks before your flight date, depending on where you plan to go. Bear in mind as well that airfare sales are often only for flights within the next few weeks or months, although from time to time, discounted tickets may be valid for a whole year.

2. Don’t just show up for a flight.

Even if a flight has so many empty seats, it doesn’t automatically mean the airline will try to fill them by driving down ticket prices. There’s that chance of getting a last-minute discount, but if your schedule isn’t really that flexible, be safe and book in advance.

3. Be friendly to your airline.

No one likes spam, but signing up for airline newsletters will give you the advantage of knowing about their best deals ahead of everybody. And since airlines are also very active on social media, you should subscribe to their pages or feeds as well. This can be particularly helpful to frequent fliers.

4. Single cuts it.

You may find it had to be lieve, but if you book two single tickets separately, you could end up paying less than if you booked them round-trip. Maybe not all the time, certainly, it’s worth checking. An additional benefit of separate ticket bookings is being able depart and arrive at different airports.

5. Fly from your nearest airport.

If you live within a few miles from a major airport, don’t rule out other smaller departure points that might be nearby. For example, instead of departing from San Franciso, why not Oakland? The savings you can get is unbelievable.

6. Spend time.

Lastly, when looking for cheap airline tickets, know that you need to give it time. Not very long, though – a few minutes is all you need online. Many people miss so much savings on airline tickets simply because they couldn’t sit down and look long or hard enough.
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