A Buyer’s Market for Airfare
Travel — and airline ticket prices — have been on a rollercoaster lately.
In just a short period of time, airfares have been at historic lows during the height of the pandemic with airlines dropping routes and parking planes — and then travel soared during the summer.
Now, a perfect storm of worries about the Delta variant, kids going back to school and very little business travel has created a buyer’s market for tickets through the rest of 2021.
A New York to Dallas airfare that sold during the summer for $177 is now $49.
A Boston to San Francisco ticket that went for $480 just a few weeks ago is now just $110.
So now is the time to book your flights at a steep discount with the confidence that if you have to cancel, you won’t lose your money.