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Back now with your money and look at potential travel plans if you're thinking about flying, why now might be the time to book and save big. David Kerley is out to save you money. Reporter: The lowest airfares of the year are available tonight. And experts say a ticket to travel now will cost 50% less than during spring break. The cheapest is actually where we're sitting today. That range begins the second week in January, all the way, goes up to the first week in March. It doesn't matter if you're coast-to-coast or in the middle of the country, if you're paying over $200 for your ticket domestically, you're paying too much. Reporter: Why? It's supply and demand. Fewer Americans are traveling right now. It's colder and the kids are in school. The airlines want to keep their jets full and are already seeing strains on their profits. So, they're offering deals for the next two months. Want to travel overseas? Look for deals to Germany, Spain, scandinavia. Here at home, travel on the cheapest days -- Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Shop early. Don't procrastinate. Pick the offseason times when you can. Pick the cheapest days to fly, and if you do those things, you'll always save money on your air travel. The next perfect time to shop will be in the may timeframe for late summer travel. Reporter: So the advice? Buy now before spring break, and hope that the government shutdown ends, so you can get through security lines without a problem. Tom. David Kerley for us tonight. David, thank you.
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