The Best Airline Bargains
The Wall Street Journal on airfare bargains, which exist in as many different forms as there are airlines. There are many ways to find deals—my deals newsletter, The Flight Deal, price-fare alerts—but especially if you’re open to letting the deal choose your destination (see Germanwings), it’s a good idea to know what the airlines are offering as best practices. The best fares, of course, are not always what you find with a standard search on an airline’s website. For example:
- Alaska Airlines — Runs “’’ sales at 11 am PT every Wednesday and tips customers off to destinations offered from
- American Airlines — Has with, among other things, last-minute deals on flights that weekend and other deals/sales
- Azul — Brazilian airline (founded by jetBlue founder) now offering 10-day ($299) and 21-day ($399)
- Germanwings — Offers a “” feature that lets you book flights for incredible rates with one catch: You can choose only where you fly into and out of (in Germany) and not where you fly (you can narrow down destinations by category like “Culture”)
- jetBlue — Tweets expiring and limited-time deals from a deal Twitter handle ()
- Southwest Airlines — Has a “” email newsletter that alerts subscribers to deals first, and sometimes with exclusive promo codes
Have another airline newsletters/tricks/resource you use for deals? Let me know in the comments, and I’ll add it to the list!
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