The airlines have done it again and there are FOUR sales going on right now. Plus one of the airlines has a sweepstakes to win a trip to Vegas! So if you’re looking for flights (whether to purchase or to win), check these out:
Four airlines all offering flash sales at the same time happens once on a blue moon. And apparently that moon is a lovely shade of blue right now. So if you’re in the market for some flights, take a look. But hurry, because if there’s one thing about flash sales, it’s that they always end quickly. In fact, one of them even ends at end of day TODAY!
Oh! And one of them Also has a KIDS FLY FREE promotion going on! Just sayin’…
It’s January so you know what that means…it’s time to look at what changes airlines have made in the rules for basic economy tickets over the last year. In 2018, every airline tweaked their offerings and Alaska Airlines introduced their version of a basic economy ticket, called Saver Fares. In 2019, it shouldn’t, be a surprise that they’ve all made changes, yet again, when it comes to the rules for basic economy.
Here’s the breakdown for each airline when flying a domestic U.S. route as of January 2019. Rules can be different for international flights booked in Basic Economy and can be found on each airline’s website.
It’s the last week of the year and I’m looking back at our travels from 2018. While I usually have an idea of where we will be going during the upcoming year, I don’t have as clear of an idea of how we’re going to be getting to those places.
Going back to my year in review post for 2017, the majority of our flights were on Delta with a scattered number of flights on American, JetBlue, Southwest and United. How did 2018 compare to our pattern from 2017? Quite differently, as it turned out.
It’s Christmas evening. Most of the presents have been exchanged but maybe you’re on the way to a party and didn’t purchase a gift for that frequent traveler in your life. Fortunately, several airlines have items for sale perfect for the last minute, non-discerning shopper.