15 recommended
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    Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal

    Love that I can set my location and it suggests me dates with the cheapest airfares.
    I'd also highly recommend Skyscanner! You can filter the results with different criteria, so if you only want direct flights, you can get rid of any that involve transfers. It also lets you search for nearby airports to find the cheapest deal. My only criticism is that Skyscanner doesn't take into account certain fares - for example, SAS does 30% discount for under 26s, but Skyscanner doesn't show this.
    Pavan Sethibuilding things. · Written
    Skyscanner is great! Especially if you're travel is somewhat flexible, it does an awesome job at recommending flights at the best price closest to your desired time/day.
  2. Crazy amount of control with search queries that enables flexible travelers to get the best rate.
    Neil CockerFounder - Ramptshirts.com · Written
    Yeah, Google Flights is my go-to. It's got loads of flexibility, and it's really clean. No pop-ups, no attempts to sell you other stuff. The rates tracker is incredibly useful, too.
    Paul MartensThe golden rule applies to design · Written
    Google flights is always my first place I visit. No, it doesn't have Southwest, but I don't often fly them for some reason.
  3. 8

    Cheap flights, cheap hotels, and travel Search

    Ryan HooverFounder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund · Written
    I default to Hipmunk when searching for flights. It sorts flights by "agony" which takes into account departure/arrival times and obnoxious layovers.
  4. 7
    Hopper 3.0

    Personalized money-saving tips for your travel preferences

    Vincent PauwelsCXO, November Five · Written
    follows changing prices of your flight
  5. 6
    Momondo Hotel Search

    Best prices on millions of hotels worldwide

    I use Momondo - only their hotel search product is listed here, but I've found amazing deals through their flight search engine. They have a "flexible" option so you can get the cheapest date to go to your destination.
  6. Dimitar RaykovDesigner. Built willrobotstakemyjob.com · Written
    Love the multicity option the radius search. :)
    Radius search, Clean UI, Fast Bookings and best prices.
  7. 3
    Google Flight Search

    Dream>Click>Plan>Pack>Go>Share. Repeat.

    Jason RadosProduct Manager at Hotjar · Written
    The clean UI and speed make searching, exploring and monitoring flight prices a breeze.
  8. 3

    A cool twist on buying plane tickets

    Digrammermini cooper driver · Written
    the only one service which shows you flights with hidden-city option
    Phil HedayatniaCo-Founder, SolverIQ · Written
    Definitely Skiplagged. I've saved hundreds of dollars on flights with it... for example, turns out a flight from Cleveland --> Houston --> Cancun is $300 cheaper than a flight from Cleveland --> Houston. That's what Skiplagged can show you. It's wonderful.
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    KAYAK.com for India and Middle East

    Vinit AgrawalCo-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com) · Written
    They have a calendar feature, which shows all the cheapest flights in a give time range. Great place to get an idea about the prices, before you dig deeper. PS: If you are travelling in India.
  10. 2

    Crowdsourced Flight Booking

    MayaUX Designer, world traveler · Written
    For more complex trips or long distance trips, I get a trip that isn't too painful at a great price
  11. 2
    Kayak for Messenger

    Book flights, hotels and cars in Messenger

    Very simple, compares basically every airline flying from destination, can do multi-city, and don't have to know dates.
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  12. Nicolas DelafrayeFounder of https://paprikaphoto.com · Written
    They have very good prices.
  13. Gert HattinghDigital Marketer · Written
    Compare multiple airlines. Multi city flights and multi airline return flights.
  14. Nathan MaasProduct Manager | Founder · Written
    In an abstract way - Chase's Ultimate Reward program is really great. Essentially you find and book flights for free on points that don't expire.
  15. 1

    Flight search with complete flexibility.

    Alix AxelCurious guy, maker of namegrep.com. · Written
    I use Adioso when I feel like travelling but I don't exactly know when/where, it has a intuitive UI and quite some exploratory features. Together with Google Flight Search these are my tools of choice.