It’s not looking very rewarding so far, but Skiplagged now has a rewards program.
How does it work? Continue reading
I’m on Skiplagged constantly because these two tools make it my fave spot for tracking flight prices:
1. How early should you buy a flight? Skiplagged gives you an idea by showing how far out fares on your route start to skyrocket. Here I can see that fares on a sample route don’t start to rise drastically in price until you’re 8-12 days out from a given departure date:
2. If you want to make an educated guess on whether your flight could drop in price, check out the data Skiplagged provides next to each flight in your search:
Because of the price history I guessed that the flight above would drop in price, since it was more than a month out from the flight, and I snagged the flight when it dropped into one of its $197 valleys.
So this week I noticed Southwest Airlines flights appearing in Skiplagged searches. I don’t know how long this has been active, but I just noticed it. Continue reading
I write this as my United flight jets from SFO toward San Diego, without me onboard.
I didn’t miss my flight though.
I skipped the last leg. Continue reading