Last year, airlines in the U.S. set an all-time record for passengers. Airlines loaded up about 895.5 million people in 2015. And you can bet there were at least that many different ticket prices as well!
Though every seat on a flight starts and stops at the same place, those seats can have wildly different prices, from bargain basement to "Are they kidding me?!" But what's the trick to getting a cheap ticket instead of one that wipes out your whole vacation budget?
It turns out that with just a few simple tricks, you can slash your travel cost and have a lot more left over for fun when you arrive. For instance, two big factors are the day you buy and the day you fly. Get either day wrong and you could pay way too much! See my three secrets to scoring cheap airline tickets.