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As new flight booking sites enter the market each day, each promising to be cheaper than its competition can seem overwhelming. Yet careful comparison shopping can save money and help find an exceptional offer. Economy flights often get a bad rap, but that doesn't have to be true if you find a good deal on premium seats. Here are some helpful tips for finding great savings. Premium Seats No matter if you're flying coach, premium economy or first class there are options available to make your flight more comfortable. For just a few additional dollars you can upgrade to larger seats with more leg room and enjoy better in-flight entertainment on larger screens. Some airlines even provide added perks, like complimentary drinks or meals and priority boarding! Airlines often refer to upgrades by various names; options vary greatly but typically fall into three main categories: economy plus, premium economy or first class. Upgrades tend to be good investments for frequent fliers; however they can quickly add up; the experience can differ widely between airlines. Delta, United, and Alaska airlines each provide premium economy seats that provide more spacious seating than standard economy class, including more legroom than what would normally be found in regular economy and priority perks like complimentary alcohol beverages. These seats are classified as separate cabins on international flights. American and Virgin Atlantic offer their own take on premium economy that doesn't fall under its own class, rather situated near the front of the plane with wider seats than regular economy and seven more inches of legroom compared to its counterparts on other airlines, offering cheaper airfare while providing free alcoholic beverages as an added perk. Delta offers Comfort Plus on domestic routes as an alternative to premium economy seats; although slightly smaller than premium economy, Comfort Plus still features extra legroom than a standard economy seat and offers free alcoholic beverages and hot meals served on plates. If you're flying business class and hoping to save money, look for discounted first-class tickets on weekends when fewer business travelers are flying. Some airlines like Norwegian Air also provide the opportunity to "bid" for discounted first-class upgrades on certain dates at prices lower than purchasing them through check-in or airport checkpoint. Some bids as little as $5; although it's rare that a seat may be offered below its full cost. In-Flight Amenities Airline travel has advanced greatly over time. Now it is not unusual for airlines to provide amenities like pillows and blankets free of charge as well as refreshments onboard their planes - though not all airlines provide equal levels of in-flight comfort; knowing what you can expect before choosing an airline will allow you to make an informed decision regarding whether it is worth paying more to fly with certain ones. Flight type can also impact how comfortable you'll feel on board. Low-cost carriers tend to utilize planes with fewer amenities, and may only offer premium seating upgrades if they cost extra for their ticket upgrade package. Depending on your route, additional legroom may be available at additional costs. Selecting an airline with excellent customer service and onboard amenities will go far towards creating a smooth, enjoyable flight. Although this may be hard to determine when researching for the first time, online reviews or social media posts may provide insight into what awaits on board. Entertainment on-board an airplane is another key amenity, and most airlines provide personal TV screens loaded with movies and shows from past flights, music streaming services, games, snacks and beverages to keep passengers occupied, along with some kind of headphones (not necessarily audiophile quality and can quickly drain your device's battery power). Airlines have increasingly turned away from using inflight screen systems in favor of providing WiFi onboard their planes so passengers can stream content directly onto their own devices - saving space while cutting costs by forgoing expensive movie and TV licensing agreements. If you're flying Delta, and debating between upgrading to Comfort Plus or first class seating, both options can make the flight significantly more pleasant and will ensure it goes quickly. Delta Comfort Plus includes a separate cabin near the front of the plane that has more legroom and larger inflight entertainment screens than Main Cabin; plus they serve hot meals on real plates with complimentary alcoholic beverages! Upgrade Options Delta Air Lines offers various upgrade options to make your flight more comfortable, from Comfort Plus and Premium Select all the way up to First Class. Which upgrade option best meets your travel preferences and budget is up to you. Comfort Plus Economy Class upgrade adds practical amenities, such as an overhead bin for carry-on bags. In addition, there's more legroom and early boarding. Comfort Plus economy class upgrades provide an economical way for travelers who wish to upgrade their Main Cabin experience but lack enough frequent flyer miles for Premium Select or First Class. Business Class tickets offer travelers who can afford it a truly private flying experience that may outshone that of Coach Class tickets; however, their price tags are typically five times greater. When considering this investment it is essential that it truly delivers what is promised. For travelers on a tight budget looking to feel luxurious on their trip, upgradeable coach or premium economy tickets can help give that added bit of luxury they crave. Furthermore, some travel experts advise purchasing an inexpensive ticket and using frequent flyer miles as upgrades onboard the flight for first-class upgrades later. Flight Duration Flight can make or break your travel experience. While we cannot control everything that happens on board, there are steps you can take to improve it. Prioritize booking early flights. Gone are the days of booking airfare weeks or days before travel - now, booking 30 to 45 days out can often yield the best deals, particularly for international trips. Being flexible with your flight dates can also help save you money. Many airlines reserve discounted seats during specific times of the year - like right before and after holidays - which Google Flights makes easy to discover quickly by quickly scrolling through months of price trends to identify potential savings opportunities. Finalizing your travel arrangements by not booking hotels or Airbnb accommodations before purchasing flights. As hotels may raise rates during popular travel periods, delaying booking them could save money by deferring them until after your tickets have been purchased. If you're seeking the ultimate luxury experience, book an upgraded seat on your flight. These may provide additional legroom, priority boarding, lounge access or may even be available through frequent flyer miles or auction. On a plane, be sure to pack noise-canceling headphones and a comfortable pillow; also remember a travel blanket in case temperatures drop significantly during your journey. Doing this will allow you to stay relaxed and enjoy every second without feeling as though time is slipping away from you. Make use of any in-flight entertainment options provided by your airline to pass the time quickly and make the flight even more comfortable if you bring along some favorite snacks or drinks from home. Reading, binge-watching a series or looking through guidebooks - everything will become that much more enjoyable with these tips - take that dream vacation trip today - it will be more comfortable than you imagine.