After filling your cart on Black Friday, you might be a little too worn out from all that shopping (and your wallet might be too empty) to turn on your computer for Cyber Monday. Historically, some of the best flight deals can be found on the Monday after Thanksgiving. The hard part is just knowing where to find them. Here are some websites where you can steal deals that won’t break the bank and can get you out of the cold weather this winter.
Sites with savings this Cyber Monday
Alaska also has flights on sale during Black Friday, so it’s a good idea to check out their website after you’ve had some of your Thanksgiving leftovers. Some teasers? Los Angeles (LAX) to Mammoth Lakes (MMH) one way for $69 and Reno (RNO) to Seattle (SEA) on way for $109.
Promo codes are the way to go if you are thinking about booking with American Airlines. While you might not find many direct deals, there are a number of promo codes on sites like Groupon that offer free checked bags, 30,000 bonus miles, and a percentage off flights around the U.S.
After joining the Cyber Monday bandwagon last year, Emirates has consistently offered deals for passengers over the entirety of the year. Last year, they made waves with their two-for-one round-trip fares out of 10 cities in the U.S.
Do you want some extra cash during the holidays? You might be entitled to compensation for a delayed flight.
Etihad has not exactly been forthcoming with its Cyber Monday deals in the past, but this year, you can expect to find deals up to 30% tickets from several U.S. cities. New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are just some of the cities where you can fly out of to destinations in the Middle East and Australia.
Known as a favorite airlines for budget travelers, Frontier doesn’t just pull out all the stops the Monday after Thanksgiving. Last year, Frontier offered $19-$29 one way fares for shoppers. Some of the routes included Denver (DEN) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $38, and New Orleans (MSY) to Atlanta (ATL) for $58 round trip.
It’s recommended that you keep abreast of Southwest’s Twitter feed in order to find the best deals with the airline (@SouthwestAir, in case you were wondering). You’ll also want to visit Southwest’s site on Black Friday–you might be lucky enough to score a cheap flight to Cuba, Central America, or the Caribbean.
You might be eligible for cash if your flight is canceled. Want to know more?