1. Find airline sales and glitches in their Bargain Forum
Tripadvisor has a Bargain Travel Forum with publicly-shared information on sales, glitches, and tips on how to book a holiday. The forum offers advice on where not to go and which airlines to avoid. If you want to make a complaint, or find out if others have had the same problem as you, here’s where you should look.
2. Compare prices on hotels to cheapest deal
The website is also known for its honest reviews on where to stay, compiled by fellow travellers. The hotel price guide lets you compare hotel prices in real time – so you can find the cheapest deal going on for your destination.
3. Find cheap flights using their low fare finder
Tripadvisor’s Cheap Flights section allows holiday planners to add their preferred destination and date of travel to find the cheapest flights available for that period – across a number of the popular airlines. There’s also the option to compare prices with other big travel retailers like Expedia and ebookers – so you can make sure you’re flight is the cheapest one going.
4. See the top 25 hotels in your area and compare prices
Tripadvisor has a top 25 hotels for every city in the world. So, if you’re really stuck for choice it’s a handy and reliable place to start. You can also narrow this down to 25 romantic hotels or 25 luxury hotels, and compare prices based the type of holiday you’re after.
5. Get the best deals using their Bargain Hotels finder
On a really tight budget? The website has a top 25 bargain hotels guide which offers reviews and images for the best-value hotels in every destination you can think of.
6. See ‘today’s lowest fares from ____’ for late deals
Travelling last minute? The travel website has a list of the cheapest last minute flights from your starting point to your chosen destination. Just click on where you’d like to go and on the top right hand side you’ll see ‘today’s lowest fares’ list. All prices are return fares, and are updated every 72-hours.