Whether you're headed on a trip for pleasure or business, there's a good chance you're going to be flying. Despite the rigmarole with checking baggage, parking your car and going through security, it's still faster and more convenient for long distances than any other type of transportation.
But if you aren't careful, it can cost you big time. Airlines sell expensive seats and cheap seats on the same flight. I know you'd rather have the cheap seat so you don't want to put a huge dent in your vacation spending money or increase your business overhead.
Whether you are traveling in the United States or to Europe, Asia, South Pacific, Australia or places beyond, I'm telling you my three top secrets to getting the best airline deals. What day of the week is best? Should you use a travel site or the airline's site? Is it better to buy last minute or plan ahead?
Remember: When you're done saving money with this tip, check out even more ways to save money on technology, cable and more.
Ready? Set? Save!
Follow these tips and you'll never overspend on airfare again. Oh, if you already have your ticket purchased, I will share with you how to know when the price drops on that ticket. This way, you can get airline refunds after you buy.