3. Most of November
Though it’s not quite as busy as the week of Christmas and New Year, Thanksgiving week still sees the crowds come in droves, so prices will be at their highest once again. While you probably won’t want to miss out, you won’t want to spend a fortune on your trip, either, especially when you could easily visit in the weeks on either side and experience the same festivities.
With the exception of Thanksgiving week, most of November can work out a lot cheaper, although avoiding weekends altogether isn’t a terrible idea. Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter or Halloween, always check the official website for specific dates.