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Seattle, Washington. “The Emerald City”. “The Jet City”. “The Rain City”. Call it by whatever nickname you want; it doesn’t make a difference to us. We just want you to enjoy a cup of coffee at the original Starbucks and dodge 80-pound flying salmon at Pike Place Market. All you need to do is book one of’s cheap flights to Seattle and ask for a window seat.

Getting Around Seattle

After you’re done collecting your luggage at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), hop on the Central Link light rail service that’ll take you downtown. There’s no need for a car here, as many major attractions are within walking distance of each other.

When You Land…

When your flight to Seattle lands in the morning, get a fresh cup of coffee at the original Starbucks. Seriously, the first-ever Starbucks lives at 1912 Pike Place. Order a vanilla macchiato or vanilla mochaccino or one of those cappuccino things. Better practice your Italian coffee slang.

If you’re touching down in the afternoon and things seem a little fishy, that’s because they are…at Pike Place Market. Take a walk through one of the oldest public farmers markets in the United States, but be careful of flying fish. Seriously, the fishmongers here toss salmon and other catches of the day through the air to paying customers.

Are you on one of the flights to Seattle that lands at night? That’s great, because that’s right around the time the Capitol Hill neighbourhood will be coming alive. There seems to be a nightclub or bar on every block, so take your pick.

Live Like a Local

Blending in with the Seattleites is as easy as booking a stay at one of the Seattle hotels in the Queen Anne neighbourhood. Head over to Kerry Park and think about the meaning of life while taking in the best views of the Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier.

Okay. We’ve said all we can say about the Pacific Northwest’s “Emerald City”, so it’s your turn to act. We dare you to find better deals than’s Seattle holiday packages. In fact, we double-dog dare you.

Seattle Flight Deals

What is the cheapest flight to Seattle?

We offer plenty of flight options to Seattle starting at . Sounds like it’s time to book one of the best deals on cheap Seattle flights on

What airlines fly to Seattle?

Each week we have flight options to Seattle. These are some of the most popular airlines with flights to Seattle airports: .

At, we make it easy to compare cheap flights to Seattle from loads of different airlines. Once you find an itinerary that works for you, booking the flight is as easy as forgetting the bartender’s name after your last drink. There’s no reason to wait—start booking your tickets now, and you’ll be sitting on your suitcase to force it shut in no time.

What are the cheapest days to book a flight?

Looking at travel demand in 2019, Monday is often the best day to book flights, when prices are generally at their cheapest. You may be tempted to wait to finalise your booking on the weekend, but our data tells us ticket prices can creep up on the weekend, especially on Saturdays. Something to consider when planning your next holiday!

What is the cheapest month to fly?

Here’s the lowdown on the lowest airfares: Fab Feb is the cheapest month to fly. When looking at 2019 flight demand on, flights departing in February generally have the lowest ticket prices. As for the most expensive month to fly, it won’t come as a surprise that on average, airfares are highest during the holiday break in December.

How can I book cheap flights?

Get a little creative when booking your next trip to save big time! You don’t have to stick to the one airline or fare type for your return trip, so consider mixing and matching to get the most savings. Is it worth it? Well in 2019, savvy shoppers on saved over 50% when they booked return flights with two different airlines or fare types. The good news is we can help you mix and match to find the best deal… just start shopping!

How far in advance can you book a flight?

Itching to book your dream trip? We totally get it. You can start looking at flights on as early as 12 months in advance, but just keep in mind some airlines may not release all their available fares that early. But good news for last minute travellers, with 2019 data proving spontaneous travellers can still bag a bargain with some of the cheapest airfares appearing 2-3 weeks prior to travel.

How can I save money on airline tickets?

Here’s an insider tip—you can save big on flights if you mix and match your airlines and fare types. In fact, travellers who booked flights on in 2019 saved over 50% when their return flights consisted of two different airlines or fare types.

*According to flight demand on from January to December 2019. Savings are subject to change and may vary depending on selections made.