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If you use Google apps regularly like Google Search, Google Maps, or Gmail, then why not Google Flights when searching for cheap airfare? One of its best features is the Google Flight price tracker; so you can receive an email whenever a flight that interests you has an airfare change.
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These alerts can help you plan an affordable trip without the hassle of searching for rates daily.
In this article, we’ll show you how to set up Google Flight alerts, what those alerts provide, and how to edit or discontinue them. In addition, we’ll give you some helpful tips for using Google Flight alerts for planning your next plane trip.
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Head to the Google Flights website and log into your Google account if you are signed out. If you have more than one Google account, be sure to log in with the one you want to use for the flight alerts.
Creating Google Flight Alerts is easy once you enter your desired flight details. Select your departure and arrival airports, travel dates, number of passengers, preferred class, and travel dates.
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When you hit the Search button and get your results, you can obviously select and book right away. But to set up the alert, just turn on the toggle at the top for Track Prices.
You can then relax and check out those alerts for airfare changes as they come into your inbox. This saves you from manually searching every day or so.
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Along with setting up cheap flight alerts with the best deal, regardless of airline, you can create price alerts for specific flights. For instance, maybe you found the exact flight you want, but need to make sure you book it for the best price.
Once you find the departing flight...
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