PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --They say timing is everything and if you are looking to travel, the time to book is now.
Tuesday August 23 is officially "Cheap Flight Day."
It's the day fares drop on all airlines, from 10 to 20 percent or more, depending where you are going and when.
The experts at FareCompare say to check out the drop in prices.
The reason? Summer is winding down, so it's now officially "off peak" and the closer you get to Thanksgiving, the cheaper the flights.
The lowest prices will come those first 2 weeks in November After that, the holiday highs kick in.
Here are a few tips for snagging the lowest fares on last minute travel these next few months:
The cheapest days of the week to fly remain Tuesdays and Wednesdays or Saturdays for international travel. The most expensive are often on Fridays and Saturdays for domestic flights.