Top 5 Best Airfare Sites of 2017
People who love to travel or are planning are trip like to find the cheapest flights or package deal available for the destination they plan on going too.
In this blog post I will tell you my top 5 best airfare sites of 2017.
There are millions of flight deals available every day, you just got to know where to look! We have all spent a lot of time searching repeatedly on different flight search engines so we can try and get the best price or deal.
A tip that I will tell you is you may notice sometimes when you repeatedly search for a destination on any site over and over again that the prices seem to increase. This is because of the cookies in your browser, example: Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer etc. The prices of flights do increase when the particular destination you’re looking for is repeatedly searched. The site you are looking on want to try and make you book the flight or package quickly before the prices get even higher. SO always search for your flights or package using incognito or private browsing mode to see the lowest prices available.
With incognito window tabs, each time you open a new tab the cookies are reset which means your previous searches aren’t remembered because if they are remembered the prices may increase. If you don’t know how to open a incognito tab then scroll down to the bottom of this page and I will have the instructions on how to do so.
Anyway below I will list my top 5 best airfare sites of 2017 that I use for cheap flights and package deal options. I have tried and tested all of these websites myself!
Below is my top 5 airfare sites. (In no particular order).
This website has a multi-city option and great prices, I really like using this site as well.
This airfare site is really easy to use!
I quite like using this site, it is very easy to use and you can also have the option of multi-city on this website as well!
Expedia is best for fast filtering, you can choose from a list of airlines you would prefer to fly with, choose a star rating for hotels and more!
Webjet is another great website to use to find flights. Webjet also has a multi-city/stop option.
How to enable incognito:
In Google Chrome or Safari, incognito is enabled by hitting Command (or “Control” if using PC), Shift, “N”. For Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, hit Command (or “Control” if using a PC), Shift, “P”. Also if you’re using an older version of OS X, open Safari then click “Safari” in the menu bar, and select “Private Browsing”.
*Have you read my Packing Tips and Tricks for Travelling yet?*