When to Book Cheap Holiday Flights

If youre looking to book a holiday flight, now is a good time to shop, according to a new report from Cheapflights.com.

According to the OTAs data, the window for booking affordable holiday flights is open now and runs until mid-September. Here, on average, is a guide to when to find the best fares to the 20 most popular destinations for Christmas week, according to Cheapflights.com:

Week of July 2 (25 weeks before Christmas)

Las Vegas, Nevada


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Week of July 16 (23 weeks before Christmas)

Atlanta, Georgia

Mexico City, Mexico

Week of August 6 (20 weeks before Christmas)

Orlando, Florida

Week of August 13 (19 weeks before Christmas)

Dallas, Texas

Week of August 27 (17 weeks before Christmas)

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Week of September 3 (16 weeks before Christmas)

Los Angeles, California

Week of September 17 (14 weeks before Christmas)

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Miami, Florida

Week of September 24 (13 weeks before Christmas)

New York, New York

The data is based on averages from departure points across the United States and is intended as a guildeline only, Cheapflights.com said. The company has released a The holidays are coming: A guide to when to book the most popular flights for Christmas week here.

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