The flight is very expensive. I often have enough hotel and car points to get room and rent for free, but if I travel on a separate flight, I will still break the bank.
The problem is that eventually I want to go beyond driving distance. Who doesn't want to see the world? Fortunately, some destinations are usually cheaper than others. If you can book early and get the right price, you may get a huge breakthrough.
1. Chicago: Chicago has always been the cheapest flight price in the United States. Chicago is the center of such a medium-sized country, and the airline is fortunate enough to make it easy for almost everyone to get there. Although it is not the brightest or largest city, it does offer a lot in sightseeing, especially if you have never been to it!
Orlando: Fortunately, for all of our Disney fanatics, Orlando's flight price ranks second. It depends on the season, but in general, the biggest cost here will be the Disney Park ticket.
3. Washington, DC: Another cheaper option in Washington, DC, Washington, DC has always been a good choice. There is a lot of history, but if you are looking for something new, it is also a jumping city. If you are interested in this, this is obviously a political world, but if not, even the building is very interesting. The cherry blossoms are gorgeous in the spring!
New York City: Oh, New York City. If you have never been there, take the plane and check it at least once. Although the tickets are not as cheap as the others on the list, they are not crazy. Most flights stopover in New York, making travel to some viable. The city is amazing (although expensive) and almost endless things to do.
5. Austin, Texas: I have never been to Austin, I can't give personal recommendations, but I was told it was a fun and very spiritual city (those even going together?). I also know that many flights stop here, making it generally cheap; it is not a great destination for leisure travel, so it may be cheaper than other tourist cities.
For additional discounts, try using an app that hides your browser location so airlines won't check your search location and increase the price (seriously, I have saved more than $50 in this way). Cheers and discounts for American travel!