National Shop For Travel Day: Celebrate With Flights For As Low As $39 Round-Trip
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National Shop For Travel Day: Celebrate With Flights For As Low As $39 Round-Trip

Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Jan 12, 2021

Now that the holidays have passed, people are starting to look ahead to plan their next getaway.

More travelers are searching for flight deals for spring break and summer vacations during January, according to the Travel Tech Association, an advocacy group that promotes transparency and competition in the travel industry.

That’s why the organization designated the second Tuesday of January as National Shop For Travel Day.

What is National Shop For Travel Day?

Analysts from the Travel Tech Association observed the first National Shop For Travel Day on Jan. 9, 2018.

It’s a day for travel brands to promote the best travel deals and inspire travelers to search and book their next trip, before the peak holiday season begins. 


According to Skyscanner, booking a flight right now can save you up to 40%, before the demand increases in March and April.

“Domestic flights in the US are typically cheapest during the first week of the year, with flights averaging around 16% cheaper than the yearly average,” a statement for Skyscanner reads. “International flights are potentially up to 36% cheaper than the yearly average.”

Domestic Flight Deals To Check Out

Interested in taking a trip to Atlanta? Those of you leaving from Philadelphia, Orlando, Minneapolis, Fort Lauderdale, New York, or Chicago can purchase a round-trip flight for less than $50 on Skyscanner.

Right now, round trip flights from Austin, Orlando, Denver, or Dallas to Chicago can be purchased for $39, according to Skyscanner.

Skyscanner has round-trip flights to Miami from New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Durham, and Boston are on sale for less than $45.

International Flight Deals

Round-trips flights from Fort Lauderdale, New York City, Dallas, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia can be purchased for $155 or less. Click here to see other departure cities on Skyscanner.

If you’re traveling from New York City, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, or Detroit, you can travel to Cartagena for less than $200 round-trip.

How To Find The Right Deal?

There are many ways to find the right travel deal for your budget. Check out our guide to some of the best websites here.

Remember to research where you can travel to right now and stay-up-to-date with the latest restrictions and documents needed for entry into a destination.

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