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first_imgReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepartReturnCabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map If you’re in the mood for exploring destinations you may not have thought about before, this is the best way to pick up bargain basement flights.Using the ‘Everywhere’ search function on Skyscanner you can find out where it’s cheapest to travel to; as well as when it’s cheapest to go there.Simply type in the airport you want to depart from, and in the destination box type in ‘Everywhere’. If you’re really flexible, you can select ‘whole month’ from the departure date box as well.Read more: Skyscanner tips and tools: the Everywhere searchSecret 4: Choose your credit card wiselyIf you have a good credit score, another way to cut flight costs is to apply for an airline credit card which rewards you with Avios points (air miles) which can be redeemed against set flight routes. These cards are great for cutting the cost of expensive long haul flights. Usually these credit cards are an extension of frequent flyer programmes, and the more you spend the more points you earn. The best way to build up your Avios miles (without building up debt) is to use it for day- to-day purchases (grocery shopping, filling up the car, going out for dinner) and sticking to your usual monthly budget. Remember to pay off the credit card in full every month so you won’t have to pay interest: you can do this by direct debit, if you’re a bit forgetful.If you’re not keen on getting a credit card, you can transfer your Clubcard and Nectar points into Avios too. Find flight deals now British AirwaysKLMThomson Airways When is the best time to book? We reveal our six savviest secrets that have been tried and tested by expert budget travellers*, and will help you to find the best low cost flight every time.Find flights and hotel deals nowSecret 1: Book seven weeks in advanceFinding a great flight deal used to be all about booking at the last minute, as airlines were desperate to get rid of their empty seats. Today there are so many budget airlines and business travellers willing to pay big bucks at the last minute that it’s no longer the case. We’ve crunched the data and found that seven weeks is the best time to book for short haul flight such as the UK to Malaga whereas you need to look around 18 weeks in advance for long haul destinations.Read more: Last minute flights: the Skyscanner guide to finding a late dealSecret 2: Sign up for email alerts from your favourite airlinesAlthough last minute flight deals are hard to find, they do exist if you know where to look. Take the leg work out of finding cheap flights by visiting a few of your favourite airlines and signing up for their newsletters. Your inbox will soon be filling up with news of flash sales, new routes with special introductory rates, and most importantly, low fares on last minute flights. Keep your eyes peeled on Tuesday afternoon. By this point most airlines will know if their weekend flights are fully booked. If they still have a lot of empty seats, this is when they will slash the prices and tell their subscribers. Read more: How to get the best air fares with Skyscanner Price AlertsSecret 3: Go everywhere ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Mapcenter_img Explore cheap flight deals in the app Dreaming of your next adventure? Fly away with some of our most popular airlines: Secret 5: Buy a one way ticket to your destination (and back)Not always, but sometimes, buying return flights with one airline can be more expensive than purchasing two one way tickets from different airlines. For example, flying from Edinburgh to Paris with Ryanair on a cheap one way flight and then booking a cheap one way flight home with Easyjet. This method gives you more flexibility, too, as you can come back when you want or even fly home from a different (cheaper) airport.Secret 6: Try the 24-hour ruleSome airlines may offer you a free refund if you cancel more than 24 hours before departure, so watch the price of the flight you’ve just booked using Skyscanner price alerts. If the cost of the flight drops substantially, cancel your original flight and book the new one. This will save you a bit of money, but be wary as some airlines don’t offer this and some may charge a cancellation fee if you’re out of the 24 hour window.If you like this article then check these out:20 money saving trips and secretsCut costs on your next holiday with our 20 top tips.Skyscanner Travel Podcast #11: Secrets of saving money on travelTricks and tips to save those pennies on your next trip.Statistical information correct at time of publication.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. RelatedAll you need to know about Air Passenger DutyFrom 1st April 2018, taxes on air travel in the UK (excluding Northern Ireland and the Scottish Highlands) will be changing. Whilst Air Passenger Duty (APD) for short-haul flights remains the same, the APD for long-haul flights is creeping up from £75 to £78 for economy class and from £150…Skyscanner Everywhere search: How to find flights to anywhere in the worldWant to find the cheapest flights from your nearest airport? Skyscanner’s Everywhere search lets you look at multiple destinations from your chosen departure point, so you can spot the cheapest deal in an instant and get inspiration for your next holiday.Summer holiday dealsPlanning your summer getaway? Now’s the best time to book with lots of great deals to popular destinations. Find the cheapest flights from your nearest airport or discover some of our favourite destinations below…last_img

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