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Travel Expert Reveals Cheapest Day To Fly

Amelia Ward

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Travel Expert Reveals Cheapest Day To Fly

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Christian Grossi

With holidays and trips abroad almost completely back on the agenda, a TikToker has shared his top five tips for how to save money when flying. Watch him talk you through them here:

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Christian Grossi is a travel expert who regularly shares travel hacks as well as money saving tips in general.

A recent TikTok he shared explains how you can save money on flights and luggage, as well as the cheapest time to fly.

In his video, Christian said: "The cheapest day of the week to fly is always Tuesday, with Wednesday not far behind. The most expensive day to fly is on Sundays."

That's good to know, but if you have set travel days, there is also more information on how you can save a bit of cash.

He continues: "And if you're flying with kids, look into Frontier because kids under 14 fly for free when they're accompanied by an adult.

Credit: TikTok/Christian Grossi
Credit: TikTok/Christian Grossi

"And if you're flying with a lot of bags, like going skiing or surfing, fly South West because with your ticket, your first and second bag is free."

He also explained that another way to save money is to use the 'low fare calculator', as you can see the cheapest day to fly in the whole month. There is also a similar function on Skyscanner.

For lots of people though, the stress of travelling abroad is still a bit much, but you can still get some cash back ready for spends if you have been working from home.

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis recently explained how those working from home at the moment can claim up to £125 extra from this week, to coincide with the start of the new tax year.

According to the popular consumer site, more than two million people claimed the money back from the government last year - something you can still do if you haven't already.

But after the new tax year began in April, workers can claim tax relief for 2021-2022 as well, making a total saving of up to £250 altogether.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

In the weekly Money Saving Expert newsletter, Lewis' team explained they had received official confirmation of the extra refund, saying: "Need to work from home, even for a day? We've just had it confirmed you can claim tax relief for ALL of 2021/22 (as well as the last tax year).

"We spotted HMRC had updated its site late on Tue to make this possible, and after pushing, we got official confirmation. Essentially, if your employer requires you to work from home, even for a day, you are eligible for a whole year's worth of tax relief.

"This is a special pandemic rule that was introduced for the 2020/21 tax year (which ended on Mon) but has been extended for 2021/22."

Topics: TikTok

Amelia Ward
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