Is there a best time to book J class flights to Europe?

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jt1983

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Random question - I know that there is often an idea with Y class that you can book qt "x" time and generally get better deals. Would I be correct in thinking that considering the cost of those seats, the issue isn't strategic release, but sheer availability (except the QF on EK metal which have a bad habit of not having business saver/sale). So assuming we don't wait until the month before (we're going in late November) ... there really isn't any real pressure to book too early.
 

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Keep an eye on the various airline sale fares, and when one of them is at a price you are happy to pay, book.

There are a number of cheaper options if you want to consider AI or UL.
 
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And in addition to JessicaTam's good advice, here's my tip. Once you find a fare you're happy with and book, stop looking!

Murphy tends to offer cheaper fares right after you book and it'll only end in tears.
 

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There is not a best time to book flights, only a best time to take flights.
 
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