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1. Use Flight Comparison Websites
Websites like Skyscanner, Google Flights, and Kayak allow you to compare prices from different airlines. These platforms often have features that let you see how flight prices vary across different dates.

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2. Book in Advance
Generally, booking your flight well in advance can lead to lower prices. However, this isn't a hard and fast rule, as sometimes airlines offer last-minute deals.

3. Be Flexible with Dates and Times
Flying on weekdays, especially Tuesdays and Wednesdays, can be cheaper than weekends. Red-eye flights or flights at less popular times may also be less expensive.

4. Set Price Alerts
Many flight comparison sites allow you to set alerts for specific routes. You'll receive notifications when the price drops, helping you book at the best time.

5. Consider Nearby Airports

Sometimes flying from or to a neighboring airport can be cheaper. Be sure to check all nearby options.

6. Look for Special Deals and Discounts
Airlines occasionally offer special promotions. Signing up for airline newsletters or following them on social media can keep you informed about these deals.
 How to Find the CHEAPEST Flights on Google Flights




7. Check Budget Airlines

Don't overlook budget airlines, but be aware of their additional charges for things like luggage and seat selection.

8. Use Reward Points or Airline Miles
If you have them, using rewards or airline miles can significantly reduce the cost of your ticket.

9. Incognito Mode
Some suggest searching for flights in incognito or private browsing mode to avoid potential price hikes based on your search history.

10. Avoid Peak Travel Times
Flying during the off-season or avoiding major holidays can lead to significant savings.

11. Use Travel Agents
Sometimes, travel agents have access to deals not available online.



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