(KRON)—If you haven’t bought your Thanksgiving airline tickets yet, don’t wait any longer.
Fares are going to jump by $4 per day, but the good news is that airfare is not as expensive as it has been in years past.
Most of the top 15 busiest markets have cheaper airfares this year to save money.
Experts suggest flying on days and times that are not popular.
Thanksgiving Day is typically the cheapest day to fly.
They also say flights with a layover are usually cheaper than non-stop flights.