As Flight Prices Rise, Start Getting Cheap Flight Alerts for Free!

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As Flight Prices Rise, Start Getting Cheap Flight Alerts for Free!

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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but what you've heard and seen is true: Flight prices are on the rise.

Seeing higher ticket prices yourself? You can blame a perfect storm of a return to normal life across much of the U.S. amid surging spring break travel demand, the buildup to the always-expensive summer travel season, and maybe even higher fuel prices. But that doesn't mean you'll be forced to pay sky-high fares for your next trip.

We've got the solution: Start getting cheap flight alerts sent straight to your inbox … for free! Trust us, deeply discounted flight deals are still out there – and now we'll help you find them like


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Don't worry, Thrifty Traveler Premium members: You're still getting 10x as many deals – and getting them before anyone else – plus exclusive perks like the ability to pick which airports to get alerts from!

Maybe you've seen some of the unbelievably cheap international flights we've posted here or on social media over the years. Now, you can sign up via email for free and you'll start getting these flight deals even faster so you can book straight away.

Here's how these alerts for cheap flights work:

  • Our team of flight deal experts is constantly searching for cheap flights from nearly 200 U.S. & Canadian airports …for travel through early 2023!
  • We'll send you some of the cheapest international flight deals we find straight to your inbox, whether its to the Caribbean, Europe, or beyond.
  • See something you like? Just follow the instructions (and links) to book your cheap flight directly with the airline!
  • These cheap flight alerts save at least $250 (or much more!) off normal prices!
  • We'll even keep you up-to-date on any travel restrictions you need to keep in mind.


cheap flight alert to peru 

Domestic flights or trips to Europe and beyond might be looking more expensive this spring and summer. But the flight deals we're finding and sending out for free prove that you can still score a huge bargain.

Think of us as your newest friend who's an expert in all things cheap travel. Just follow our advice: Sign up to get cheap flight alerts and follow the Flight First Rule. Stop paying too much for flights – and start making your friends and family jealous about the deals you booked!

Take a look at some of the deals we've sent in just the last few weeks…


The Cheapest Flights We've Found Lately

Just because flight prices are on the rise doesn't mean you have to pay more. That's what we're here to fix.

The cheap flights we're finding stretch from nearby international destinations like Mexico, Belize and Costa Rica to European hotspots like Italy and Amsterdam and even hard-to-reach spots in Egypt and Dubai. In almost every case, we're sending alerts with prices at half the usual cost – saving you $250, $500 or even more per ticket.

Just last week, we sent a cheap flight alert to book flights to San Juan (SJO) or Liberia (LIR) in Costa Rica starting at just $205 roundtrip from Miami (MIA). Don't live on the beaches of Florida? No problem: You could book this same deal from 80-plus airports big and small for less than $350 total.

cheap flight to costa rica 

These prices may be gone now, but they were real. That's the true value of getting these alerts sent straight to your email: You can book ASAP before airlines raise the price again!

Travel to Europe is back on the menu in 2022 as countries drop testing requirements for entry, and few destinations are more popular than Italy. But it's notoriously expensive: Paying $1,000 or much more is the norm.

How about this alert for flights we found for nonstop flights to Rome (FCO), Milan (MXP), and even Venice as low as $511 roundtrip!

italy cheap flight alert 

Getting to Italy on a nonstop flight from Chicago-O'Hare (ORD) doesn't get any cheaper than this. This is what our cheap flight alerts are all about: Letting you know when you've got a chance to book a bucket list trip at a fraction of the normal cost.

chicago to rome cheap flight 

These prices are long gone! Get the next deal sent straight to your inbox by signing up for our cheap flight alerts!

It seems like everyone has Machu Picchu on their post-pandemic bucket list. You're in luck: While flights to many other destinations have gotten more expensive, we've found fares nationwide down to Lima (LIM) under $300 roundtrip – and sometimes under $250! From there, it's just a short trip to Cusco and nearby Machu Picchu.

cheap flight to lima 

Need a beach? Cheap flights to Mexico have been a major bright spot over the last few months. While these flights may typically cost $500 or more, we've sent a steady stream of alerts with half-off fares to Cancun (CUN), Cozumel (CZM), and Cabo (SJD) from airports nationwide. That includes fares from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) for just $198, Chicago for $186, New York City (JFK) for $244, and even smaller cities like St. Louis (STL), Raleigh (RDU), Pittsburgh (PIT), and Colorado Springs (COS) for under $259 roundtrip.

cheap flight alert to cancun


Bottom Line

Flight prices might be rising, but that doesn't mean you have to pay too much.

We search all day, every day for flight deals so take it from us: The deals are still out there. You just need the right tools to find them, and that's what our cheap flight alerts are all about. Sign up and start getting them today for free!


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