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Upgrade: Making this classic mistake when you book airfare can cost you $90

This may be a one-way ticket to big savings.

Stop defaulting to just looking at round-trip airfare prices when you buy plane tickets. An analysis by airfare research app Hopper found that booking two one-way tickets — otherwise known as hacker fares — rather than a round-trip ticket can save you money pretty often.

“On domestic routes, we found hacker fares will be cheaper 11% of the time and offer an average savings of 10% or $33,” Hayley Berg, an economist at Hopper, told MarketWatch.

If you’re going overseas, the savings can be even bigger: “On international routes, we found hacker fares will be cheaper 18% of the time and offer an average savings of 14% or $92,” she said.

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