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How to book cheap flight tickets for Labor Day?


The first Monday of September in the United States and Canada is celebrated as Labor Day. Every year the first Monday of September is a federal holiday in the states and the preceding weekend is the Labor Day weekend. It was first declared as a holiday in Oregon, following thirty other states, and later was declared as a national holiday in the USA.

You might see tons of shops offering sales and discounts for the whole weekend. It is one of the best times to shop at cheaper price rates. However, if you’re planning to fly for the Labor Day weekend, then to clear the air, no airline will offer sales and discounts on flight tickets like the retailers do. But that doesn’t mean you’ll cancel your plans for the getaway just because of over-priced tickets. You can get cheap flight tickets to any domestic or international destination of your choice for the Labor Day weekend.




When is the cheapest time to book a flight ticket?

The earlier the better, flight ticket prices are dynamic and they keep on changing. The closer you are to the departure date, the higher the price is going to be. So, booking at least a month to three months prior to the date of departure is the best idea.  You can also compare the prices of different dates.


Which day is the cheapest for flying with cheap prices?

You must always prefer traveling on weekdays rather than weekends. The cheaper days might vary according to the destination or the season/festival. 


What is the cheapest time of departure from an airport?

The cheaper timing would be early morning or late night. Most people prefer traveling during the day, so the prices are less for the non-preferred timing. This also doesn’t apply every time and at every airport, but it is quite common.


Which one is cheaper, non-stop or connecting flight?

For long-haul flights, always choose the connecting flights with long lay-overs. For short-haul flights, non-stop flights are the cheaper options. For example, an international connecting flight from New York to Manila will be cheaper than a non-stop flight but a domestic non-stop flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas will cost much less than a connecting flight because of less distance.


Is opting for deals a bad option?

No, not at all, in fact, deals are more efficient than booking individually because they are usually combos of round-trip or hotel bookings along with the flight tickets. This is a great option if you’re traveling with your family or friends, you might save a few extra dollars. Of course, deals aren’t recommended in cases of unsure travel plans.


Are low-cost carriers uncomfortable?

No, low-cost carriers are not uncomfortable. Most low-cost carriers maintain the basic facilities such as extra leg-room space, in-flight audio or video entertainment, Wi-Fi Internet, and catering while providing cheap flight tickets. The “ultra-low-cost carriers” with few to no facilities can be called uncomfortable. The purpose of low-cost carriers is to provide basic facilities at cheaper rates.


Does the departure and arrival airport matter in terms of prices?

Yes, prices can change according to the airports because of the facilities and operational work. It is best to travel from major international airports in metropolitan cities only for international flights, and avoid international airports in the case of domestic flights. You can opt for traveling from the airport to your destination by car rental.


What are some more ways in which the cost can be reduced?






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