Tips to save you money on holiday flights

**Tips to save you money on holiday flights**



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More travelers plan to hit the sky!
that he shows more people are putting off making those holiday plans but if you're planning to fly somewhere over the next couple of months it could cost you here are some tips to save money on holiday flights tis the season to wait in line at the airport I was not expecting this more travelers are planning to hit the skies for the holidays up 9 percent from last year according to travel site airfare watchdog and many still haven't booked those flights 35 percent of travelers are actually waiting to plan their holiday travels this year that's a 52% increase since last year often procrastinators end up paying more for their ticket use a search service such as Google flights to compare fares from multiple airlines lets you know when is the best time to book it will send you alerts if a price and jump and drops to as low as it's going to go some low-cost carriers including Southwest won't show up in third-party search results but it might be worth checking those airlines directly Southwest is now the only domestic carrier that doesn't charge for checked bags it's also free to make changes or cancellations so you can book now with the flexibility to change later when you travel can also make a big difference in price save money by extending your stay or flying on a holiday such as Christmas Day probably on those specific holidays can oftentimes be one of the cheapest days of the year to fly but you might want to nail down your travel plans this week prices are only expected to go up as we close in on the holidays on Christmas Day one time the plane was empty and it was very cheap I loved it well the days before and after a holiday are generally the most expensive days to fly but there's good news for those of you taking a road trip there will be 27% less people than last year driving to holiday destinations this is all according to airfare watchdog so if that's not true just blame them

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