Top Trending And Wallet-Friendly Destinations For Holiday 2017

Guide Features the Best Days to Fly In and Out to Score Deals this Holiday

Holiday Hacker Guide

KAYAK has looked within its billions of annual search queries to create its annual Holiday Hacker Guide. Which is good timing with the busiest travel months of the year coming up.

The guide is full of insights and tips from ranking the hottest destinations to ring in the New Year.

There is the most affordable cities to fly to and the best time to book your winter holiday flights. So helping travelers to plan holiday travel with confidence this year.


Three top ten lists

The guide features three top ten lists:

The “When to Book” section displays the median airfare you can expect based on selected arrival and departure dates.

Holiday Hacks

KAYAK’s 2017 Holiday Hacker Guide also reveals the following hacks for holiday travel:

Avoid flying on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. According to KAYAK this is one of the most expensive departure dates, and when airfare prices skyrocket.

Make like Santa and fly on Christmas Eve. You can score some of the best deals by departing on Christmas Eve (and Christmas Day). The sweet spot for scoring the best deal is departing on December 23 and returning on December 26.


Go Nordic young man

Score a great airfare deal to the Nordic countries. Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen and Reykjav√≠k took the top spots on the Wallet-Friendly International Flights list. If you can brave the cold, it’s worth it.

Stockholm is known for its holiday festivities (check out the Skansen Markets). It is one of the best times of the year to view the Northern Lights in Oslo.

Snowbirds can find good deals by flying south. Atlanta and Dallas are among the top Wallet-Friendly North American destinations. Here there are flights with median airfares respectively 30% and 27% lower than the median airfare for North America.

Trendsetters are heading to Guadalajara this New Year’s Eve. Mexico’s second largest city took the top spot on this year’s Trending New Year’s Eve list. It has made the list for two consecutive years.



For more ideas on where to go, top holiday trends and travel hacks, check out the 2017 Holiday Hacker Guide.