Are your plans flexible? Do you have a destination in mind and want to find the cheapest weekend to visit? When you enter a city into Travelgam‘s simple tool, you’re quickly served the cheapest weekend dates to travel there in a neatly displayed eight-month calendar. Green highlights mean the dates are categorized as cheapest, red means most expensive, and orange means somewhere in between.

Although I like the way the information is displayed, I wouldn’t book directly through Travelgam. The site features Kiwi.com, which has terrible reviews (Google “Kiwi.com scam”). Instead, make use of the tool (it’s pretty handy) to identify weekends/flights and book directly with the airline offering the cheapest flights.

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