Finding a good airfare deal can be strenuous and often far too pedantic to sustain enthusiasm and attention. However, with a little bit of research and by using the right tools, one can find availability and travel on some really cheap fares. More often than not, airlines put restrictions on booking discounted fares. This may include restrictions in terms of specific days of the week, cancellations or changes.
Once you find a low fare, the main idea here is to book the fare after checking out the restrictions and fees. The last thing you want after booking a low fare is to pay extra for add-ons or changes/cancellations. Google Flights also allows you the option to set flight alerts. It’s pretty simple. All you have to do is set the parameters and filters for your travel dates, and you’ll get an alert every time there’s any upward or downward movement in fares.
Round-trip fares to India under $500
We see round-trip fares to India from major West Coast cities hovering around the $700 mark. Every now and then, there’s a really good deal under $500 and this looks like one for sure.
This deal seems to be available during the months of April and May, towards the end of the month. If you have upcoming travels, you should snag this deal! You can look up fares on Google Flights and play around with the dates based on any other airline preference that you may have. There are a bunch of different booking options.
As seen in the screenshot below, you can book this deal with Priceline, Expedia, Orbitz, CheapOair or directly with American Airlines or China Southern Airlines on their own website. Before finalizing the booking and making a payment, please check restrictions as well as change/cancellation fees.
Flying in Style
If flying in style is your thing, then there’s another sweet deal available with China Southern. For dates around mid-April and mid-May, there’s a round trip Business Class deal available from LAX to New Delhi for $2363.
The Pundit’s Mantra
Airfare deals come and go. With a little bit of flexibility, these deals can be a great way to explore the world at a really low price. If you currently hold the Chase Sapphire Card, this flight (which has a dollar value of $493) will cost you around 32,870 Chase Ultimate Rewards points round-trip. If you currently hold the Chase Sapphire Preferred card, this flight will cost you a total of 39,440 Chase Ultimate Rewards points round-trip.
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