Here Are The Best And Worst Days To Fly This Spring

Whether you’re planning an epic spring break or just want to get away with the family for a few days, when you book your flights really matters.

Depending on the dates you select, your plane tickets could be much cheaper or more expensive. Factors that influence prices around this time include increased airport traffic, school breaks and business travel.

RewardExpert, a site that specializes in nabbing flight deals and monitoring credit card rewards, has narrowed down the best and worst days to travel this spring so that you can avoid overpaying.

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The best months to travel this spring are April and May. Though you may be itching to get away in March, holding off for another month will save you some cash.

In terms of specific days, Aprill 22 and May 28 are typically the cheapest. They’re both holidays (Earth Day and Memorial Day), which usually means cheaper ticket prices.

The experts also say that anytime between April 11 and April 18 will likely be a good choice if you’re looking to avoid delays and busy airports.

According to RewardExpert, the worst days to fly this spring are undoubtedly March 1, 12 and 13. Coming close are March 6, 30 and 31; April 3 and 7; and May 19 and 22. Flying on these days means you’ll likely contend with crowded airports and long delays, not to mention higher ticket prices.

For more tips on how to find cheap flight deals, check out our guide here.