Cheap Spring Break Flights Index 2014
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Today's Fare Index
April 12, 2014
How We Track Airfares
We track 565,000 airfares a day for flights to popular Spring Break destinations over the 6 most popular Spring Break travel weeks. The CheapAir Spring Break Fare Index is based on the sum total of all those fares.
We are determined to make your Spring Break planning as easy, efficient—and affordable—as possible. CheapAir has been tracking Spring Break airfare trends since January 1, and we've created a special Spring Break Air Fare Index to help you track daily changes in flights. Use this information to determine the best time to buy. Plus, CheapAir's top spring break destinations and advice articles, updated regularly, can help you discover great spring break travel destinations, money-saving tips and more.
Top Spring Break Destinations
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Spring Break Travel News & Updates from CheapAir
February 7, 2014
February 6, 2014
The good news about Spring Break fares this year is they’re not that bad. At least not yet. Read more »
January 31, 2014
With full flights and high fares, Spring Break can be a tough time to travel, but this year we’re trying to make it a little easier. Read more »
Spring Break Travel Tips
- Book as early as you can; flights to popular destinations get more expensive as they fill up.
- If you can, schedule your trip to fly on weekdays instead of weekends. This could result in huge savings.
- Move quickly if you spot a good fare; flights fill up quickly and good deals aren't likely to last.
- Check alternate airports. Sometimes, you'll find big savings that way.
- Pay baggage and other airline-imposed fees in advance to avoid hassle at the airport and added cost.
- When you choose a hotel, don't just consider price, also think about the type of trip you desire and the location you want to be in.
- Be realistic. Fares during Spring Break are usually higher than at other times of the year.
- Enjoy CheapAir's Price Drop Payback Program: if the price of your flight drops after you purchase, you could get up to $100 back!