We’re all looking to score that cheap flight, but airline flights are notoriously expensive and hard to find at discount. There are a lot of myths floating around about how to get airline deals, but a lot of them are just that: myth. Here’s what’s not a myth.
- It’s not cheaper to buy on Tuesdays, but dates are important. For some reason, the myth that Tuesday is a cheaper day to buy a flight persists. There’s also no evidence that you’ll grab a cheaper airline flight because you booked a certain number of days out. What is true is that the more flexible you are, the more likely you are to get a deal. Prices always depend on the day of the week, the time of day, and holiday schedules. Think about it: no one likes getting up early and no one like late night flights. Those are cheaper because they’re harder to fill, so if you’re willing to fly them you’re golden. If you really want to visit China, don’t even think about getting a deal over Spring