Choose an Airline
If you’re looking for a low-cost option, choose a carrier like Southwest, JetBlue or Spirit. The major U.S. airlines—American, Delta and United—are typically more expensive than regional airlines like Allegiant or Spirit. If you travel often but don’t want to invest in an airline mile card, see if your credit card company has a co-branded airline credit card available with perks that appeal to frequent flyers (like free checked bags). Some credit cards are even reimbursing airfare when customers use them for ticket purchases! You can search for flights using Google Flights to find affordable options as well. You should be able to filter results by price, flight length and number of stops (round-trip vs one way).
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