How to decide if an airline sale is worth? 5 point checklist

| July 7, 2018

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Airlines keep launching sales at regular intervals- we can't afford to keep booking on every sale. We need to identify which sale is worth (i.e cheapest) and which one is superficial. How do we know if a sale is worth or not? How to decide if one should book a ticket on this sale or wait for the next one? In this post, I share some guidelines which you can apply on any sale and decide for yourself if the sale is worth. For a few popular origin-destination pairs that you frequently fly or interested in, do keep a track of lowest fare you've ever seen.

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