#If you’re headed on a trip, these are the best Memorial Day travel deals to shop now and save

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We’ve spent some time this year speaking with flight attendants and frequent flyers to learn the best tips and tricks for making travel all that much easier. That’s why when a big sales event, like Memorial Day, comes along, we like to search around for our favorites and see when and where they’re available for the best price. That’s a pretty good strategy to adhere to when you’re trying to shop the best Memorial Day sales available, but it’s also a great way to make sure you’re getting expert-recommended products from people who know what they are talking about. Not to mention many of our top picks have been tried and tested by our research teams, so we can speak from our own personal experience. Like this Tanming 2-Piece Knit Loungewear Set that was one of our editor’s top picks for travel outfits, after a year of adventure where she lived out of her suitcase. We’ve also included so many flight attendant favorites like the expandable TravelPro luggage and another expert-recommended and editor-tested favorite, compression packing cubes. From portable chargers to favorite travel pillows, you’ll be all set for your upcoming travels with great prices thanks to Memorial Day discounts.


The perfect outfit for looking put together as soon as you set off the plane. Made with stretchy viscose and nylon, and designed with flowy pants that have a relaxed fit and stretchy waist. Available in nine colors in sizes XS to XL. It’s worth noting that the “apricot” color is slightly see-through.

$40 at Amazon


These compression packing cubes allowed for my whole family — myself, my husband, and our two kids — to pack for a week-long trip in two carry-on-size suitcases. They not only kept our items organized and easy to find, they let us fit so much in our suitcases. It made navigating the airport with car seats, strollers, and toddlers that much easier. 

$27 at Amazon


A travel must-have in our opinion. This double-layer electronic accessories organizer will keep all the cords and chargers for your devices neat and tidy, plus you’ll lower your chances of forgetting a charger if it has a place to be stored.

$19 at Amazon


Sometimes, a suitcase is just too bulky, and a weekender or overnight bag is just what you need. This canvas pick with genuine leather details is half off on Amazon and is lightweight enough to carry on your shoulder without much strain. And if organization is a top priority for you, you’ll be pleased to know that this bag has seven pockets, two pen holders, a canvas lining, and smooth zippers, so all your things will stay organized and easy to access.

Still on the fence? Take it from this one Amazon fan who bought this bag for her pilot boyfriend. She may have even become girlfriend of the year because of it.

“I got this for my boyfriend who is a pilot and travels a ton,” the five-star reviewer wrote. “He absolutely loves it. So much [so] that he bought his father one as well for his birthday. Great quality, great look, and great price.”

$45 at Amazon


The gift we’ve given to all our loved ones, we can’t say enough good things about Apple AirTags, especially when we’re traveling. Any Bluetooth tracker will do, but the Apple version is one of our favorites to help keep our bags (and keys! and wallets!) out of the lost and found. 

$79 at Amazon


You never want to be stuck with an uncharged device, so the best way to avoid that is to invest in a portable charger that is slim and holds a lot of juice. This affordable pick has over 78,000 perfect ratings on Amazon.

$20 at Amazon


We love a nice compact organizer that can both fit a ton of our stuff without taking up majority of our suitcase. This particular hanging toiletry bag has six built-in pockets and lots of pockets, including a detachable, clear cosmetic bag that also happens to be TSA-approved.

$20 at Amazon


In-flight entertainment isn’t what it used to be. Now, most planes don’t have television, but offer wifi so you can connect your own devices. This handy little phone holder will hold your phone in place, so you can be hands-free during the duration of your flight. 

$12 at Amazon


The older I get, the harder it is to sleep on a plane. That’s why when one flight attendant we spoke with shared this pillow as one he uses, I had to give it a try. It comes with a carrying case, which makes it easy to lug around and wraps softly around my neck so I can get some rest. 

$46 at Amazon


Flight crews often recommend Travelpro products, because of their smooth 360° spinner wheels and expandable bags. They are lightweight and known for their durability which makes them a favorite for pilots and flight attendants alike.One flight attendant who has the older version of this suitcase said it’s the most durable one she’s owned. “It lasted me six years,” she wrote. “Keep in mind [that] I fly around the world, so it had tons of use.”

$212 at Amazon


If you prefer a hard-shell suitcase, the Monos is one of our shopping editor’s favorite luggage brands. But he’s not alone, the pros love it too. It’s lightweight but sturdy and scratch-resistant, which can be an annoying con to the hard shell suitcases. 

$230 at Monos

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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