Holiday Travel Deals: Tis’ The Season To Save
Photo Credit: Unsplash| @Annie Spratt

Photo Credit: Unsplash| @Annie Spratt

Holiday Travel Deals: Tis’ The Season To Save

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Oct 30, 2018

In just a few weeks, we are about to embark on one of the busiest times to travel around the world: holiday season.

 

From Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s, and everything in between, experts are forecasting an uptick in travel this year.

 

An annual survey published of roughly 2,070 consumers by PwC revealed that consumers are expected to spend 5 percent more this holiday season compared with last year.

 

As reported in CNBC, consumers are expected to spend an average of $1,250 on gifts, entertainment and travel, according to the report.

 

If you’re planning to travel this holiday season, here are some of the best cheap flight companies you should be following on social media to stretch your hard earned money:

 

WOW Airlines

 

WOW Airlines is offering a “spooktacular” deal from various U.S. cities that will allow passengers to receive 30 percent off flights. To redeem the discount you need to book a round-trip flight from Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Pittsburgh, St. Louis or Washington, D.C. by Nov 2nd.

 

You will be able to travel between November 1st, 2018 and March 31st, 2019.

 

Google Flights Explore Map

 

You’re planning to travel but have no idea where to go? Google Flights’ Explore Map can help you decide. You can also choose by your interests, including, beaches, shopping, nature, and more.

 

Kayak Explore

 

If you’re planning to stay domestic this holiday season, Kayak Explore is a great way to find flights back home or to travel to a new place right in the U.S.

 

Fly Norwegian

 

Norwegian Air has flights this November and December from various airports in the U.S. for as low as $103 one-way.

Right now, a flight from New York to Amsterdam is on sale for $154 one-way. Keep in mind that like many budget airline carriers, you pay a little more for bags, entertainment, and meals.