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Skyscanner Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals in 2020

Tick more travel off your bucket list by snapping up cheap flights.

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Skyscanner has a reputation for helping travelers find some of the best value flights around. However, between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the flight comparison site showcases even lower flight prices — maybe low enough for you to book that vacation you’ve been dreaming of.

What can I expect from Skyscanner’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals?

Skyscanner gathers the top Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from airlines around the world, so you can shop discounted tickets all in one place.

Looking at past years, international flights tend to be cheaper on Cyber Monday, so strategize accordingly.

Does Skyscanner have Black Friday sales?

Yes! Even though Skyscanner doesn’t have a brick-and-mortar shop, it embraces Black Friday by gathering deals from other airlines and offering them on its site.

When can I start shopping?

Skyscanner sells cheap flights 24/7. But sales specific to Black Friday will likely kick in at midnight on Friday, November 29.

Still, it’s worth checking Skyscanner’s site on the days before Black Friday, because if airlines announce special deals in advance, it’s likely Skyscanner will snap them up to feature on its site.

Consider setting up Skyscanner’s price alerts. You’ll get notifications straight to your phone when Skyscanner’s Black Friday deals drop. You could also follow it on Facebook to keep up with deals.

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