Nebraskans surprising their families with a travel destination as a holiday gift should hold off on buying those tickets until Travel Deal Tuesday on November 27th. Liana Corwin is a travel and consumer trends expert and says more flights will be discounted that day than on Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Corwin says, “Black Friday and Cyber Monday are known more for physical goods. Airlines historically have set airfares deals this time of the year because most people have booked their travel through the end of the year by Thanksgiving so they are trying to incentivize travelers a little bit more to fill their planes outside of Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Year’s. I think they are picking up on the trends of these major shopping holidays but trying to stay away from a day that is already crowded by physical goods.”
Corwin says the best deals will be on international flights. Flyers may be able to save up to 41% on tickets to London, 32% to Paris, 36% to Barcelona and up to 32% for Hong Kong. Domestic flights will also be discounted by 25% to 35% and that includes major destinations like New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Orlando.