How to Book Airfare Like a Travel Hacker


If you’re booking your flight on an aggregator site, like Kayak, double-check that the prices you’re quoted are actually lower than the ones on the airline’s website. Not only can this save you money, but it will take you no more than five minutes and you may be surprised at the results. According to Jen Avery of the Thrifty Nomads blog, many search engines inflate flight costs as part of taking a cut from the airlines. Some flight aggregators have better deals than others, so it’s not a bad idea to take part in multiple searches before booking your trip.

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