1. Register for last-minute travel e-mail blasts.
Those same travel websites and most airlines offer weekly e-mail newsletters that include up-to-the-minute deals on flights, cruises, hotels, and more. If you’re flexible about where and when you travel, finding a great deal to an exciting destination can be as easy as checking your inbox.
2. Remember the 14-day rule.
If they’re not fully booked, airlines, hotels, and cruise ships often offer significant discounts two weeks in advance of travel. The key is to get both your transportation and accommodations to line up, so the more flexible you can be about arrival and departure dates, the better.
3. Go off-peak.
Airlines and hotels are less crowded on weekdays, particularly Tuesdays and Wednesdays. If you can book your arrival and departure during the week, you’ll have more flights and rooms to choose from. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are also the best days for booking last-minute travel, as prices tend to climb as the weekend approaches. (Remember: When booking your hotel, keep in mind that the best deals on many roundtrip flights require a Saturday night stay.)
4. Use Travelusive
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