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I find myself basing my trips on whenever there's a cheap flight, rather than setting a specific date to have a vacation.

However, it makes it hard for me to do this if I can't search for the cheapest flights regardless of date.

Is there a way to do this?


Edit :

I'm from Australia and Australia-specific or international suggestions will both work. However, for the sake of this question as a generic one, I would ask for you to leave any tools you know of regardless of origin, so it might help future viewers.

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Adioso lets you search for any time. Additionally Skyscanner lets you search across an entire month. Generally Skyscanner has a better range.

Bren on the road has a good overview of searching for a trip in this way.

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Where you are from and where you want to go? For flights around Europe you could try airixo.com. It will show you all the places you can fly to from your location, when and for how much (you can filter the results by maximum number of changes etc.).

Downsides: it's basically just Europe and it seems they search only low-cost carriers.

  • Always best to clarify before answering, if you're not sure of something, rather than putting it in your answer. – Mark Mayo Mar 28 '15 at 16:46
  • @MarkMayo, I don't think he could comment yet. – Mark Gabriel Mar 29 '15 at 2:16

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