I get requests almost every day about how to find low fares. I wrote an article about how to search for low fares and gave you the full low down. Now, I’ve done a video that specifically shows you how to use a tool that has come of age; Google Flights.
Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.
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Hi Kerwin, tks for including me in the mailing list. I keep hitting reply but for some reason it gets bounced back. I’m in Australia.
Thanks for your note. SO apparently someone had a typo in the “reply to.” Sorry.
If you do look for the best price, there is no way of doing a long layover if you take a flight to Iceland right as your sample right?
Iceland does allow for stopovers. So you can use the multi-city option and enter your city pairs and your dates and the system will price it. You can also head over to Icelandair’s site as it allows you to book stopovers and will give you the best price as well.
I’ve just started using this tool and it is fantastic, thanks for sharing Kerwin
You are welcome; they’ve done a fantastic job on it Noel.
Oh my! Thanks for this..I’d never had known that there was a google flights option for everything associated with cheap flights! I’m on google daily but haven’t ever searched for flights on google!
Glad to open that door for you Caroline.