Cheap flights can greatly reduce the cost of your holiday, meaning more money to spend when you are there.

But how can you ensure the cheapest flight?

There are few feelings worse than knowing you paid above and beyond what others around you have paid for the same product.

However, an expert took to the internet to reveal to the public their top tops to help you save cash when you travel.

A “professional flight hacker” who runs Jack’s Flight Club revealed all.

Cheap flights: Best tip to find the cheapest flight for your next holiday revealed by expert

They said: “Over the last 3 years, I’ve been able to visit over 40 countries (currently at 42) by finding mistake fares and wildly cheap deals and on international, mostly round-trip long-haul flights.”

Some of their cheapest ever flights include Manchester (MAN) to Boston (BOS) for £200, Edinburgh (EDI) to Canary Islands (LPA) for £31, London (LHR) to Tokyo (NRT) for £272.

So how can you cash in on similar incredible deals?

The best tip to get cheap flights is to be as flexible as possible, according to the expert.

They wrote: “Try a vague search by continent on google flights. Change the month of travel and see if anything strikes you as interesting.”

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Cheap flights: Best tip to find the cheapest flight for your next holiday revealed by expert

They also recommended looking in various different places to make sure you have the best deal on Google.

“Once you find a cheap fare on google there are a number of other places to look to make sure it’s genuinely the best deal.”

These websites include Momondo.co.uk, Kiwi.com, and Skyscanner.com.

They wrote: “Momondo.co.uk picks up fares from the cheapest agents.

“Another option for those that are VERY flexible with the amount of stop-overs is lesser-known Kiwi.com.”

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Cheap flights: A “professional flight hacker” who runs Jack’s Flight Club revealed all

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Cheap flights: They recommended looking on various different websites

“They search a lot more options for each route than even Google and Skyscanner does.

“Also highly recommend the fare alerts on skyscanner.com. I have about 1000 of those set up so far :)” [sic]

Other holiday hacks include hotel secrets, such as why you should always make sure to wear the free slippers. 

Hotel expert Jacob Tomsky has recently revealed why guests should always wear their free slippers in the room.

He explained to the Sun Online that the carpets are rarely cleaned, and hide a multitude of sins.

He said: “The dirtiest part of a hotel room are the carpets.”

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