Here you gain the "mind set"—the outlook needed—to find the cheapest fares.
Imitate the French—a special hint
Think of this. Americans and Canadians—especially
English-speaking Canadians—tend to decide what they want to eat
first, and then go to the market to buy it.
On the other hand, the French usually go to the market first in order to experience
the freshness and price of the food—and then decide what to eat.
"Ah, the sole and asparagus are outstanding. I will cook
Why not do the same when you travel for pleasure?
For example, why not holiday where Southwest and other budget
airlines reduce fares, instead of deciding on a destination before
researching prices? The savings can be incredible.
Even business travellers can profit from this outlook.
For example, from an airfare standpoint, it's astronomically more expensive to open a new national sales office in Memphis or Minneapolis than in Kansas City.
Find budget destinations easily
So, how do you find these cheap destinations? Comparing all those prices could be very time consuming.
If you're departing from a U.S. airport, you have a fun and quick way to find bargain destinations: