How to get the best deal on travel tickets: Get the cheapest flights
Posted On August 1, 2021
A few months ago, we looked at how to maximize your travel expenses by booking the cheapest seats on your flights.
Unfortunately, the majority of travelers who have gone through the process have found the same results: The cheapest seats are the ones reserved by booking an “early bird” ticket.
It’s important to note that the cheapest tickets are reserved by people who know the routes and airlines.
If you are traveling on a single-fare airline like United or Delta, you should book an Early Bird ticket as soon as possible.
But if you are a frequent flier who is planning to book a connecting flight in the near future, it may be easier to find the cheapest options.
Below are some tips for how to book the cheapest ticket on flights that are likely to carry fewer than 10,000 people.
Before you book the best travel tickets, think about your options and whether you’re likely to be able to travel on multiple flights.
If your travel plan calls for a connecting international flight, make sure you’re planning to travel in two or more countries.
If you plan to travel across multiple countries, consider booking a connecting trip on a different flight from the one you’re traveling to.
For example, if you want to fly to New York City and then head to London, you’ll need to book multiple flights to take you from the U.K. to the U