Google Flights price tracking feature at the top of the game

 Thursday, November 18, 2021 


Google Flights helps to track prices on routes all over the world, just with a tap. Directly comes in your inbox, whenever price comes to low or high, and helps to know when something is wrong.

When you want an alert on Google Flight, the alert shows the date specifically. If you wish to account for any flexibility, trying to use travel advantage yours then means setting multiple alerts for different dates.

Google being Google has made things easier in life. Anyone looking for a trip in a certain month just can press the “any dates” slider on tracking price and Google will track the important dates and anything similar around them. If your first search yields high prices, Google Flights pops up a little window inviting you to use the “date grid” to see similar date combos offer a better deal.

Google’s Al gets the moral of what you’re looking for and alerts only to prices that fit the search query you entered when you hit ‘Any Date’ for the tracker.

There’s a con, the new “any date” filter does not work for business class or first class. Need to set multiple alerts for specific dates if anyone wants to fly comfortably. Google took this approach in the past, the trackers eventually made cabins upfront.

The only compelling option is Capital One Travel, which offers price drop protection. The price decreases when they recommend it’s time to book. In case, users get a partial refund.

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