Daniele Palumbo
Daniele PalumboLead Data Journalist, IBTimesUK

What's your favorite app for buying flights?

We are always trying to escape our office desk with a last minute flight. So many apps available but I feel that none of them is 100% complete. What's your favourite and how you track flight prices?
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    Concierge flight booking service that can save you big

    Flystein is a personalized CHEAP flights hacking service. Their experts use insider industry knowledge & technology to find the cheapest flights online. They use hidden city ticket and far more advanced techniques to save the most money. www.flystein.com. Check out this article that outlines how much they can save and how it works - http://dereklow.co/the-best-webs...
    Saved $300 with them on my trip to Australia!
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    Skyscanner 7.0

    Find and book great deals on flights, hotels, and car rental

    Pavan Sethi
    Pavan Sethibuilding things. · Written
    I've found that Skyscanner is my favorite. Cheap flights, good UI on both web and mobile, and they do a great job of figuring out the cheapest way to get somewhere if you are somewhat flexible with dates/times or flexible with where you want to go.
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    Hopper 2.0

    Know when to fly and buy. Score the lowest fares

    R A I Z A
    R A I Z A🍝 Product Manager | Spaghetti Aficionado · Written
    This is also great for seeing 'when' I should go + how much it'll cost me if I go today. Two great use cases for traveling!
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    Tomo Cheap Flights

    Save up to 70% on flights around the world ✈️

    Vlad Stan
    Vlad StanCo-founder & CEO of Galileo · Written
    Vlad Stan made this product
    I'm one of the makers, but we've built this having this use case in mind. Play with it and let me know what you think.
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    Skiplagged 2.0

    Actually cheap flights & hotels

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush MittalHead Of Digital Communications · Written
    Reveal hidden prices. They claim this - "We're better at finding cheap flights than anyone else— so good, United Airlines actually sued us for it". Skiplagged 2 [New version] They show hidden city ticketing trips in addition to what sites like Expedia, KAYAK, and Travelocity show. Taking a stop might save hundreds of dollar as @melaniepinola mentioned here - http://lifehacker.com/skiplagged... You can also track previous searches for changes in price. Available on iOS/Android.