Flights are expensive. I often have enough points for getting free rooms and rentals for cars and hotels, but if I go on tour because of the trip alone, then I am still going to break the bank.
Talk, in the end, I wanted to get out of driving distance. Who does not want to see the world? Fortunately, there are some destinations that are regularly cheaper than others. If you can book early and get the right price, then you can get a big break.
Chicago: Always, the cheapest airfare from anywhere in the US, Chicago is a center in the middle of the country, making it easy for anyone to get there. Although it is not the hottest city or the largest, there is a lot about sights, especially if it is not a day!
2. Orlando: Luckily for all the fundamentalists from Disney, Orlando is second in terms of airfare. It is very different from the weather, but overall, your biggest cost here will be Disney Park tickets.
3. Washington DC: Another cheaper option throughout the year, Washington DC is always a strong alternative to travel. History is very much, but it is also a city that takes you away if you are looking for something more modern. It is clearly a political scientist if you are interested in it, but even if you are not interested, architecture is also fun to hang out. Cherry flowers are also amazing in spring!
4. New York City: Oh, New York City. If you have never been to, take a plane and check it at least once. Although tickets are not cheap like other tickets on this list, they are not crazy too. Most flights stop in New York City, making it possible to travel there. The city is spectacular (though costly) with almost endless things to do.
5. Austin, Texas: Since I have never gone to Austin, I can not make a personal recommendation, but I was told that it was a very spiritual city (do they go together?). I also know that many flights stop here, which usually make them cheap, nor is it a big destination for leisure travel, so it is likely to be less expensive than other tourism cities.
For additional discounts, try to use an application that hides your browser’s location so that airlines do not see where you are looking and increasing prices (seriously, I’ve saved more than $ 50 in this way) Cheers for less travel!