Tricks and Sites To Find The Cheapest Airfare

Tips and tricks to find the cheapest airfare for your next adventure!


Airfare will be one of the high costs for any traveler. For this reason, you really need to be smart when booking your flights. There are deals every day on airfare. You need to know the tricks and places to look.

Go incognito:

Putting your browser in private mode helps keep flights at lower costs. Websites use cookies that track how often you search for flights. This creates more demand for the flights, so they increase in price. Putting your browser on incognito mode is the first trick is finding the cheapest available flights.

Know when to book:

Book your flights 3 to 4 months in advance for international flights. Book 2 to 3 months advance in domestic US flights. Booking early isn't always the cheapest. Sometimes you can find last minute deals on flights if you dot mind leaving on a drop of the hat. It depends on how long you want to gamble that the flight price decreases. I personally like to monitor the flights for 3 months in advance and be ready to pounce when the price drops.

What day of the week :

The day of the week that you fly out of will have a significant impact on the overall price of the airfare. Fridays and Mondays are generally higher in price. While Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the cheapest to depart. The more flexible you are about what day you can have a significant impact. The more flexible you are, the easier it will be to find the best deal.

The sites to use:


Skyscanner is one of my personal favorite apps! I am continually checking prices on flights through this app. My favorite feature is that I can have a broad search on flights. For instance, the function of flying everywhere is helpful. You can put in the departure from New York City and settled in arrival anywhere. This means you can view the cheapest place to ly in on any given date. This is a fun feature when you don't know exactly where you want to travel. You can input Boston Airport in July and see what is the cheapest flight into a European country. The app is very user-friendly and easy to save past searches so you can quickly see if airfare you've been monitoring has dropped in price. This app is so much fun and an excellent resource for travelers seeking cheap airfare.

Airfare watchdog:

Airfare watchdog is another great site to utilize. Like Skyscanner, I love the fly anywhere feature on this site. It shows you where you can fly for the cheapest fare. I love this mainly because once you dive into Europe, it's straightforward and affordable to move around from country to country. For instance, if I want to get to Paris but London is far less expensive. I don't mind flying into London and taking a train or finding a cheap flight from London to Paris. Airfare watchdog should be one of the sites or apps you periodically check before booking flights.


Kiwi is another great site that is very similar to Skyscanner. I have found airfares on Kiwi that are cheaper than Skyscanner. There are more features as well for Kiwi that set it apart from the other airfare sites. Kiwi will find the most competitive possible flight routes. They will offer you different routes that the other sites may not provide. This may create more of an inconvenience for the traveler but can produce the cheapest airfare. So if you don't mind layovers or more creative flight routes than download the Kiwi app.


It is essential to utilize all three of these sites because, at any given time, you can find cheaper airfare on one of them. Using all three will provide you with the best opportunity to find affordable airfare, which will save you money and allow you to travel more. So utilize the tips above and download these three apps so that you can book the cheapest airfare.


Cameron Ralg is an avid member of the vegan community for about a decade. He has recently discovered his passion for travel and loves to offer tips and suggestions from his experiences.  


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