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Skiplagged — Flights & Hotels

Find flight and hotel rates you won’t see anywhere else

Skiplagged lets you browse and compare flights and airfares easily

Skiplagged — Flights & Hotels

by Skiplagged LLC
Skiplagged — Flights & Hotels
Skiplagged — Flights & Hotels
FREE in the App Store

Skiplagged lets you browse and compare flights and airfares easily. You can use filters to narrow down your results by duration or number of stops, receive price-drop notifications, and see the lowest fares day-by-day.

What is it about?

Find flight and hotel rates you won’t see anywhere else. Save hundreds of dollars compared to other travel sites.

App Details

Version
2.1.5
Rating
(10198)
Size
120Mb
Genre
Travel
Last updated
September 25, 2017
Release date
February 25, 2014
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App Store Description

Find flight and hotel rates you won’t see anywhere else. Save hundreds of dollars compared to other travel sites.

Discover extraordinary travel deals, set fare alerts, and uncover great hotel rates.

We’re so good, United Airlines actually sued us for it!

• Find flights other search engines won’t show you -- including hidden-city flights and arbitrary round-trips
• Filter flights by duration, number of layovers, takeoff/landing time and more
• Explore lowest priced travel dates and see fare changes for flights
• Receive alerts when fare prices drop
• Book hotels as well, including last-minute hotels and special deals
• Filter hotels, read reviews and view traveler ratings

The fine print: a hidden-city flight is a flight where you get off at the layover rather than the final destination. For example, a flight from New York to San Francisco might be $300, but a similar flight from New York to Seattle with a layover in San Francisco might be $200. If you’re going to San Francisco we’ll show you both flights, and if you choose the cheaper one, you get off the plane at the layover (San Francisco) rather than going to the final destination (Seattle).

This is perfectly legal and the savings can be significant, but if you’ve never traveled like this before, you should read our hidden-city FAQ at http://skiplagged.com/faq

We’ll always show you all the options, so YOU can pick the deal you want!