Best places to find cheap flights

 

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Disclaimer: This is in no way an ad for any of these airlines, but personal opinion on which airlines I enjoy best. The links provided are public sites that take you to each airlines site if you choose to look.

 

I absolutely love traveling and love it when I find affordable flights. I just booked a flight to Florida at the end of September and I am literally counting down the days till I get to go. Florida is my second home and also where my family lives, so it has a special place in my heart. Plus, who doesn’t love the beach!

I wanted to share a couple of the sites I find cheap flights through and also a little about my travel experience. I will list them from my least favorite affordable airline to my favorite affordable airline.

#1 Frontier Airlines

My least favorite, but most affordable airline for flights to FL and east coast is Frontier Airlines. I recently booked through them, because I had received a travel voucher back in February. The pros for them, is if you belong to the discount den program you can get great deals like $20 one way. There non den member prices aren’t too bad either. The cons for them, some of their flight layovers and routes are strange. They sometimes route you to Denver to get you to your destination. Also, another con that I recently experienced is they can delay or cancel the flight due to the fact that their main hub is out west and temperatures etc. are not good during the winter. Back in February, my flight was canceled to FL, however they were really good at making sure I could get on another flight to get there later that day. If you live out west then this is definitely a great way to go for flights.

#2 Allegiant Airlines

Allegiant Airlines  is my second favorite for affordable airlines. They have decent prices on specific days of the week for their flights around $60-$100 one way ticket. They fly directly to FL from an airport that is only 30 minutes from us, however they only fly twice a week out of that airport so it makes scheduling difficult. They have several locations and destinations, especially in the east coast. Most of their flights are direct flights which I enjoy. The only complaint I have about their airline is they like to sometimes leave early which makes traveling stressful if you aren’t an early bird.

#3 Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines is my #1 favorite, although the closest airport to us is baltimore which makes for a long drive. They are very affordable, especially if you belong to their $9 fare club. They have several destinations including Cancun, Cabo, Jamaica and a couple other islands and out of country destinations. I have maybe ran into a flight delay with them once or twice before, but they are mostly on time. I can usually find round trip flights to FL for $60 and flights to Mexico for $300 round trip. So if you want an affordable airline, this would be my top pick.

My favorite way to look up flights and find the cheapest price is through google flights (Google Flights). They list the cheapest way first and you can pick any time of the year to look at. This is typically how I find the cheapest flights when looking for travel during the holidays or in a specific time range.

I linked my fun floral top from Francesca’s, kimono, and jeans from Banana Republic for you all. I am loving this floral top! How cute would it be for vacay with some shorts or a mini skirt and some wedges! It just hasn’t warmed up quite yet, so I am patiently waiting to bring out the shorts.

Let me know if you all would like me to write any more specifics on this topic! I’d love to hear from you what you’ve found is the best and cheapest way to get to a destination.

XOXO,

Autumn

 

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