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Monday, February 29, 2016

Best Ways to Find Cheap Airfare

It seems as if every time you blink an eye, the cost of airfare is going up significantly. Although it’s becoming harder and harder to find a cheap price, it’s not entirely impossible. Instead, you just need to know where exactly to look. Check out the following best ways to find cheap airfare and get to traveling without emptying your savings account.


Your Work
If you do a lot of traveling for work, consider asking if they offer travel rewards cards or any type of incentive or discount to help lower the cost of travel. Some companies are willing to allow their employees to collect their points or rewards and apply them however they want—work-related or not. Simply ask your company what they offer. You may find they have a credit card you can use to accumulate points, or you may find they have partnered with a certain airline to get you a discount. It doesn’t hurt to ask, and it could save you a decent amount.

Credit Cards
Travel rewards cards are a great way to cut back the cost of travel. These cards work differently, but in most cases, you either earn points to put toward a future flight, or you may earn cash back that you can use toward a flight. Either way, by simply charging the things that you normally charge, you can earn enough to take that vacation without paying for travel.

Catalogs
It may seem dated, but catalogs can provide a lot of information regarding great prices. Chartering planes has become popular over the years, and the cost has dropped making it more budget-friendly. An online private jet catalog can give you all the information you need to determine whether or not chartering is a better option for your travels and your bottom line.

Internet Sites
There are a variety of internet sites dedicated to travel, and most of these offer significant savings when it comes to airfare. Visit these sites and compare the cost of your trip with each other. You may just find one site that earns you cheaper airfare. However, just be wary of layovers as well as travel times, as you may end up traveling for a few days to get the price they offered.

Travel Agents
Most people think that travel agents are too costly, but that’s not the case. These professionals work with companies so regularly that they often have special discounts and incentives that aren’t available to the general public. It doesn’t cost anything for you to meet with a travel agent and go over the details. They’ll typically offer you a quote too without any money down, so there’s no harm in trying.


Even if airfare is going up, there’s always a way for you to cut it down a bit. Use these tips to find the best possible price for airfare, and you may just be happier when you arrive at the airport than you thought.

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nova hedges said...

This is a great to learn, I'm searching/browsing an airfare for my in laws for the near migration and this is just perfect timing.

Sweet Memoirs said...

The wanderlust in me is making a happy dance with all these money-saving tips. :D

Elizabeth O. said...

Airlines offer lots of discounts during off-peak seasons too. It's good to be updated, so I follow their social media accounts for sale announcements.

Jessica Cassidy said...

Thank you for these tips Sis. They are very helpful. I am also will start looking for tickets this summer.

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

Thanks for the tips! I'll share this post to hubby since he's the one planning our travels.

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