03/02/2014 liza 0Comment

I find this post of Suzy Strutner from The Huffington Post so I decided to share it with you guys, my fellow travelers. If this data is still true as of this writing, then this is really a big help!

Here’s an excerpt of the post.

Finally, there’s a scientific answer to that magic number of days before a flight when tickets are at their cheapest.

The answer? Are you ready? Are you reeeally ready?

Fifty-four days before takeoff is, on average, when domestic airline tickets are at their absolute lowest price. And if you don’t hit 54 days on the head, you should usually book between 104 to 29 days before your trip — within the “prime booking window” — for the lowest possible prices. In this window, ticket prices typically hover within $10 of the lowest price they’ll ever reach.

At least that’s what the data from 2013 tells us.                                                                                                                                                                              

Read more here.

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