We all want to save money wherever we can - especially on travel deals, so we decided spoke to one of SA's leading airlines to find out how to make accessible to more South Africans.
Luane Lavery, Brand Communications Manager for kulula.com and British Airways says, “ Kulula.com has sought to make travel more accessible to all South Africans and that is even more important in this economy. Travel is our speciality and not finance, but there are a couple of simple hacks to bring that well-deserved break so much closer."
Be picky: To get the lowest fares it mostly helps to be a little picky about when you travel. Research shows travelling on a Tuesday or a Wednesday is usually a little cheaper than, say, a Friday.
Inside-out: Traveling outside of school holidays and long-weekends can mean lower prices on flights and accommodation. So, if you can go away without the kids, if you’re single or a pensioner or the kids haven’t started school yet, go on holiday out of season.
Be early: Don’t wait until that last minute to book your flight or holiday. The earlier you buy your ticket, the cheaper your flight ticket will often be. Getting quotes, budgeting, saving and booking early will mean you can attend that family wedding in London and a bit of a holiday as well.