Between ski passes and exxy accommodations, those ski vacation costs can really add up. So finding areas where you can save money is imperative if you’re looking to avoid a winter breakout.
In this case, one of the easiest ways to save money is to plan your ski trip during the windows, when plane tickets and accommodation are cheapest.
These great vacation destinations can save you hundreds, especially if you’re traveling with your family, so they’re worth getting on board.
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Want to know when you can get the cheapest flights and stays?
When it comes to accommodation, Australians open to a last-minute getaway can still get cheaper nights at the end of June, according to data from kayak.com.au.
As for the cheapest weeks to book, it depends on which Australian ski resort you have your eye on.
Cheapest weeks for a last minute Australian ski trip
- Mount Buller: June 21, 2021
- Perisher: June 21, 2021
- Thredbo: June 28, 2021
- Hotham: July 12, 2021
- Falls Creek: July 26, 2021
Of course, if you’re planning a ski vacation later in the year – especially during peak July and August – it’s worth setting up price alerts on comparison websites like Kayak to make sure not to miss any instant sales or the prices go down.
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The travel platform also revealed that the cheapest month to book flights will be August. Data is based on flight comparisons to all nearby airports including Albury, Cooma, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney from any domestic destination.
After even more ways to save? Here is what Kayak offers:
- Use the flexible filter options at kayak.com.au to compare flexible travel options in one place. This allows you to plan ahead to get the best deal while ensuring you’re covered if travel restrictions affect your travel plans.
- Set up and sign in to your account when researching and booking your stay online to unlock exclusive offers and savings, like “Private Offers” from kayak.com.au.
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