I hate flying, but I love a great deal.  That's why I'm torn because it's National Cheap Flight Day.

According to traveldailynews.com, this is the day when we transition from the peak travel season to the off-peak season.  A company called CheapOAir has studied historical data and they predict "that average prices for popular travel destinations will decrease approximately 7% internationally, and 9% domestically."

The company also predicts that prices will start going up by the end of September, so if you're thinking about planning a trip, now might be the time to book it.