With summer just around the corner, people across the country are turning their minds towards booking flights, booking holiday accommodation and coordinating itineraries.
Therefore, the simple trick of a mother could save hundreds of dollars in your final bill.
Mother of two Janica Place, 39, of Melbourne, revealed to FEMAIL how she cut the staggering $ 500 of round-trip flights between Melbourne and Helsinki for her and her two children by doing one simple thing.
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The simple trick of a mother could save hundreds of dollars on her final bill, when booking vacations (stock image)
Mother of two children Janica Place (pictured) revealed to FEMAIL how she cut $ 500 of round-trip flights between Melbourne and Helsinki for her and her two children by doing one thing
"I use two devices to make sure prices are not manipulated," Janica told FEMAIL.
& # 39; I search with my computer, for example, and then book flights on my phone & # 39;
The mother of two was so surprised to see how much cheaper flights were on a different device than she returned to her computer to verify that they were actually different.
"Since then I have booked all my flights that way," he said.
"I had no idea that searching for destinations on different devices had that effect, it's crazy!"
"I use two devices to make sure the prices are not tampered with," Janica said (pictured with her children) to FEMAIL.
Another way to offset the rising cost of flights when you search for them repeatedly is one that is better known to savvy travelers.
It involves deleting your & # 39; cookies & # 39 ;, which are small computer files that allow websites to know if you have been on your page previously, on your device, so that your information is not stored.
When information is stored, it may mean that some sites raise the price as the likelihood of you booking the rate increases.
Other ways to offset the rising cost of flights include deleting your cookies and going incognito & # 39; when you browse (stock image)
In addition to flights, this trick can also work to reserve some hotels.
In addition to deleting your cookies or working from two different devices, you can also go incognito & # 39; in your browser.
This prevents your device from saving information about what it does online in its digital memory.
To open an incognito window, start Chrome and click on the key icon in the upper right corner of the screen. Click on New incognito window and start navigating.