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UK Tax Travel Guides : How to find Cheap Flights

UK Tax Money Saving Travel Guides : How to find Cheap Flights

Usually when planning your travels, the cost of flights is the biggest expense you will come across. If you’re trying to save money when travelling, finding a good deal on flights can be a lifesaver.
But finding the cheapest flights isn’t so easy, especially when you don’t know where to start. Which is why we’ve put together this guide to help you.

Be flexible

When searching for flights, a lot of people stick to a certain date that they have in mind. But by opening up your options a few days either side of this, you can usually find a better deal.
While being flexible with your dates is one way to get a cheaper flight, but you can also be flexible with your destination. Now this isn’t to say you should change your destination country, but have a look at smaller airports near where you want to go.

Fly budget

Don’t look for the big airlines. Sure you’ll get a nicer trip with more leg room, but is that really why you’re travelling. If you’re prepared to make a few sacrifices then you’ll definitely find a cheaper flight.

Don’t always go direct

Sometimes, the cost of flying can be improved by not flying directly to you destination. If you’re prepared to make some stops at other airports you can easily lower the cost of travelling.

Research

The best thing you can do in order to find the cheapest flights is put in the research. Not all search engines will feature all flights – because some airlines save money by not advertising on the major search engines. Our advice is to give several search engines a go, and compare prices from there.

Hopefully this will help you get started and on your way to finding cheaper flights for your next travel adventure!

To help you fund your next overseas adventure find out if you’re owed a UK Tax refund. Most non-residents and due a significant tax rebate after working in the UK due to being on the wrong tax codes and for various items that you can claim. Fill out our easy to use UK tax return forms online.


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