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Four Ways to Get Airfare for Cheap

Four Ways to Get Airfare for Cheap

Everyone’s looking for ways to save on plane tickets. Because tickets can be so expensive, and so many people are looking for ways to save money, you’ve probably heard this advice:

  • Travel during the middle of the week and avoid traveling on the weekends
  • Compare prices on various travel websites, like Expedia and Kayak
  • Avoid traveling just before or after a holiday
  • Be flexible with your travel dates

That’s great advice, but it’s all stuff you’ve probably already tried. If you want to save even more, try these four little-known ways to get airfare for cheap.

Look for Coupons

Chances are, you do a quick search when buying something online. In many cases, you can find active coupons that make anything from clothing to flowers cheaper. Did you know you can do the same thing with your flights?

Do a quick search online and you’ll find MakeMyTrip flight offers that can provide you with hundreds of dollars of cash back. The more tickets you buy, the more you can save. In some cases, you may even be able to get $1,000 back!

Use a Neighboring Airport

There’s no doubt that flying into the airport that’s closest to your destination is convenient, but in many cases, you end up paying for that convenience.

If you want to save money on your tickets, try searching prices for neighboring airports. You could end up saving a lot of money, even if you factor in driving a rental car to your final destination.

Check the Round-Trip Price

If your trip involves one-way tickets, which is often the case if you’re traveling from location to location before returning home, you probably assume that one-way tickets will always be cheaper than round trip tickets. Strangely, this isn’t always the case.

One-way tickets are extremely inconvenient to airlines because it can make scheduling difficult. That’s why they usually offer round trip tickets at a cheaper price.

Although it’s technically against the rules to purchase and discard your return trip ticket, it is a rule that is rarely, if ever followed. So, don’t be afraid to check the round-trip price.

Check Airlines That Don’t Use Third Party Sites

When looking for the best deal on airfare, where do you go? If you’re following the tips from above, you probably search a few different travel sites. Well, it turns out they may not be offering the lowest prices after all.

Some airlines don’t use third party sites. Southwest is a famous example. They don’t have to pay a cut to the site for ticket sales, which is good for them, but it’s good for you too because it means you can get cheaper tickets.

A few others that offer more options on their website include:

  • Icelandair
  • Ryanair
  • Allegiant

Don’t let the cost of airline tickets keep you at home when you should be exploring the world. Follow these tips and you can keep more money in your pocket that can be used towards your next trip.


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