Check out these awesome tools that will help you Save Money on Airline Tickets for wherever your might be traveling to. Enjoy China Adventurer’s Top 10 Budget Airfare Tools For Finding Cheap Flights.
Kayak is awesome it lets you search hundreds of websites all at one time, and gives you the web’s best flight deals. I’m a big fan of the explore section so i can find which areas have the cheapest tickets for the next month. Pros:
Airefarewatchdog is a great airfare alerts tools that allows you to schedule alerts for specific city-to-city routes. You can also set alerts for airfare such as, “Anywhere That’s Cheap”. Another great thing about this tool is Each day, Airfarewatchdog will round up the Top 50 Fares available.
Besides this being a great airfare tool, I also just like it for Shatner. Priceline offers heavily slashed round-trip tickets for anywhere sometimes you can even get up to 50% off. Priceline guarantees these low prices due to the fact you’ll be flying off-peak. This service isn’t for the picky travelers so do be warned the flights are not guaranteed non-stop.
Farecompare is great in the fact that it gives great tips from travel insiders and for flight comparisons. This tool also has some great airfare alerts and one great tool called the Getaway Map, which is for travelers who don’t know where to go yet and don’t know how far their budget will allow them to go.
Qunar is another great Chinese managed Cheap Flight tool, only issue is you need to know chinese to use the tool. If you can get past that they have some great deals and alerts based off Chinese Tourism trends, which can be a big help around Spring festival when there’s the largest human migration.
Momondo crawls over 700 airfare websites for the best deals, using everything from low-cost carriers, travel agency websites, as well as the flight offerings from large global airlines. Momondo has a small business feel and is growing fast in asia finding the best Airfares available.
Yapta is a great tool powered by Kayak that helps travelers keep a close eye on airline prices, before and after ticket purchases. The most useful part about Yapta is it helps travelers track fare changes after they have purchased tickets. If an airline price drops, then Yapta informers the traveler to claim an airline refund for the difference directly on the platform.
Has lived and traveled in China for the past 5 years which he has become well versed in the Chinese language, history, culture, and much more. When he isn't traveling he is living in Beijing; writing, doing kung fu, studying Chinese, playing guitar, working on his screenplays, having daily adventurers, and much more.
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