Travel and tourism experts expect a lot of movement in terms of the Labor Day weekend.
Travel expert Jeanenne Tornatore said flying might be the best way to get the most bang for your buck, this year, in terms of getting away for Labor Day weekend.
"When it comes to airfares, fareness.com says that the average airfare is going to be down approximately 11% throughout the holiday weekend compared to 2017," said Tornatore. "We see that people are definitely out there taking advantage of some of those late summer airfare sales that we're seeing."
She also said there are some good hotel promotions this year.
As for U.S. Labor Day travel destinations, Marriott International lists the top five as New York City, Chicago, Orlando, Atlanta, and Seattle.