CHEAP FLIGHT BOOKING SITES THAT SAVE YOU THE MOST MONEY
Saving money on flights is an art form, and to be Picasso, you need the right tools. Your standard big-name search engines -- the Orbitzs, Kayaks, and Expedias of the world -- all work, ya know, fine. But you wind up spending a hell of a long time on the hunt for cheap fares, only to be served up prices that don’t vary much more than a few bucks.重慶から大阪航空券
Now obviously you could throw a rock and hit 100 travel apps and websites, but a select handful are really, truly, legitimately the best for finding cheap and unusual airfares. Here are nine that cash-saving savants use with repeated success.In addition to our network of globe-trotting writers and adventurers, we hit up Elona Karafin, who's mastered the art of the affordable long weekend, wedging trips to Bali, Dubai, and Lisbon over the past year (documenting it all on her Instagram, natch). We also got tips from Stephanie Be, a “professional traveler” who’s hopped to over 205 destinations in the past five years alone. We got some dang good recs to help you find your next mega-cheap flight.
Coolest feature: The “everywhere” feature, where you can literally pick the entire world as your destination and search for the cheapest fares worldwide. For travelers who want to get out of town and don’t know how far their budget can take them, this feature is invaluable.
“Skyscanner is my No. 1 go-to” says Karafin. Not only is it lauded for showing people everywhere they can go for their budget, the app will also send you alerts when prices for a specific itinerary start to drop. You can also see at-a-glance prices for an entire month, so it’s easy to book on the cheapest days if your dates are flexible. “This is why I always suggest you choose your vacation dates before requesting time off,” says Be. “Get the best rate, then travel on the best date.”
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