From Europe to Tokyo, Cheap Flights for 2022 are Already Here!
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From Europe to Tokyo, Cheap Flights for 2022 are Already Here!

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It’s never too early for a flight deal. And the cheap flights for travel late this year or even into 2022 are here … in a big way.

Flights are currently bookable through March 2022, and we’re already seeing many of the lowest fares we’ve ever seen. That includes trips to Europe under $300 roundtrip, flights to Japan and back for less than $250, and Caribbean flights under $200 total.

Whether you’ve written off travel for 2021 or you’re simply waiting for Europe to reopen to Americans, the time to plan a trip for 2022 – or even book those flights – is right now.


Flights are Bookable Through March 2022 Already

You don’t have to wait until just a month or two before your trip to book a flight — or find a cheap fare.

Most major airlines publish their flights 11 months (or 330 days) in advance. That means when you’re searching for flights using Google Flights or any other platform, you can book 11 months out: as far as March 2022, currently.

Our team is always on the hunt for the best flight deals, flash sales, and mistake fares as far in advance as possible. When we find one, our Thrifty Traveler Premium members get an instant alert for deals from their home airport. No last-minute planning needed!

The best part? Right now, all the deals we’re finding can be changed or canceled for a voucher for free, if necessary. Flights booked right now on most major U.S. airlines are eligible for fee-free changes, making it much easier to plan a future trip worry-free.

Oh, and then there’s the other part: The deals for 2022 are absolutely out of control.


Back to Europe in 2022 for Less

While most of the continent is still closed down, Europe is already starting to reopen to travelers. Greece, Croatia, and Iceland are open for travel today, and France could soon join them. No matter where you’re heading, it doesn’t hurt to plan ahead – especially at these prices.

Cheap flights to Europe are back, with some of the lowest fares we’ve ever seen to many popular European destinations for this fall, winter, and into spring 2022. Check out these flights to Spain, Italy, and France for as little as $296…roundtrip.

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Want cheap international and domestic fares like this one? Try Thrifty Traveler Premium for just $5.99 a month!

Most of these low fares have since disappeared (remember: the hotter the deal, the shorter it lasts!), but there will be plenty more! Don’t miss out and subscribe to Thrifty Traveler Premium.

St. Paddy’s Day in Ireland doesn’t have to cost a fortune. In fact, it could cost $287 nonstop and roundtrip! This recent deal was a huge hit with our Premium members:

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Nonstop to London, anyone? These fares often cost well over $1,000. This deal was available through next March, including rare Christmas and New Year’s availability!

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Flight deals this hot never last long – make sure you get our instant email alerts so you don’t miss the next one!


Islands for $132: Beach Getaways for Winter & Spring

Already dreading winter? It pays to plan ahead.

Yep, we’re already finding flight deal alerts for the dreaded months of January, February, and even March and spring break 2022! Instead of panicking when the first snow falls, snag a cheap flight now and rest easy knowing you have a sunny escape.

So, what kind of deals are we talking about? Oh, just $130 roundtrip flights to the U.S. Virgin Islands:

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Yep, that’s a cool $700 off normal peak season fares to the Virgin Islands, a perfect Caribbean getaway with no passport required.
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We found this deal recently, but it’s no longer available. Make sure you get our flight deal email alerts so you don’t miss the next one!

Looking for an easy winter getaway in the continental U.S.? We’re already seeing price drops to favorite destinations through March 2022, like this smoking-hot deal to San Diego (SAN).
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Japan for $225 RT? Bucket-List Cities for 2022

There’s no question: As countries reopen to travelers, bucket list destinations are going to be at the top of to-do lists. Japan isn’t open to travelers just yet, but when it is, travelers will flock there. And you can lock in an unthinkably cheap flight now.

Thinking ahead can work to your advantage: We’re talking flights to Japan under $300 roundtrip! That’s $1,000 off normal fares!

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This deal was available from several cities in just the latest in a string of rock-bottom fares we’ve found to Tokyo for 2022. Best of all, fares like this one can be changed or canceled for a voucher for free. Lock in your cheap flight now, then cancel it if the country’s not open in time.

Yes, that’s Chicago, San Francisco, and NYC to Tokyo for just $201 roundtrip.

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Even Hong Kong got in on cheap flights for 2022. Did you think you could fly from North Carolina to Asia for $200?

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Got your heart set on Iceland? This island is at the top of travel bucket lists for many – especially after opening to vaccinated travelers last month! Getting there doesn’t have to break the bank. This week, we found a smoking hot mistake fare to Iceland: $600 off flights during peak summer into spring 2022!
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Get instant alerts for mistake fares like this with Thrifty Traveler Premium.


Bottom Line

With flight prices this cheap, it pays to plan ahead.

It may feel strange, but looking ahead to winter and spring 2022 trips can save you hundreds – if not thousands – on flights for next year. All these crazy flight deals are proof.

If you’re already dreaming of where you’ll go in 2022, join us for cheap flights to get you there. Give our flight deal alerts a try. It’s time to use up that PTO you saved in quarantine!

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