If you've ever spent an entire week checking ticket sites in a sad (read: failed) attempt to outsmart the airlines, take heed; a recent study pinpoints the absolute best time to score the cheapest fares. And it's not Tuesday at 3pm.
No, according to search engine CheapAir -- which analyzed price data from upwards of four million flights over 10 months last year -- your best chance to land the least expensive ticket to Omaha (or any domestic flight, for that matter) is exactly 54 days before takeoff. Not a day more, not a day less. Although rest assured, as long as you buy somewhere between 104 and 29 days in advance (seriously, CheapAir. Kind of broad, no?), your tickets should weigh in about $10 cheaper on average than they'll be at any other time.