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Since most fares have advance purchase requirements, the best fares exist more than 21 days before your travel date. However, if this is too soon, book your ticket at least 14 days in advance to get the best deal.
2. Be flexible try different days and times
A slight change in your itinerary can reduce ticket prices. Fares are typically lower on low demand days and times, which are Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and late-evenings. Not only will you save you a lot, but you may also end up with the entire row to yourself!
3. Find cheaper flights by using nearby airports
Typically, nearby airports have lower gate fees, and airlines pass the savings on to you. Moreover, these airports can be less crowded and easier to get in and out of.
4. Consider flying roundtrip
A roundtrip ticket is often priced less than two one-way trips and is sometimes priced less than a one-way trip. Unless you’re certain youre not coming back, book a roundtrip flight.
5. Stay over a Saturday night
Sometimes a lower fare is available if you stay over on a Saturday night. An extra night at your in-laws' house may raise your blood pressure, but will likely lower your fare.
6. Book holiday trips very early
Holidays and school vacations are the highest-demand travel periods. Have you been in an airport the day before Thanksgiving or tried to get a hotel room during graduation? Early planning improves your chance of finding the lowest fare or rate.
7. Search for air and hotel rates together
Booking a trip as a package makes searching easier and can be much cheaper than buying the components of the trip separately. Airlines and hotels will discount more if they can bury the reduced rates in a package.
8. If you see a great fare, book it before someone else does
When searching online, fares may change minute by minute. If you see a fare you like, book it because it might not be there two minutes later.
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