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How to choose the lowest fares

The fares of your flight depend on many factors.

Follow our advice to get the best prices.

  • Book early: plan your trip in time and get a lower fare;
  • Avoid weekends: fares tend to be higher on Saturdays and Sundays;
  • Travel in low season: choose to travel at times of lower demand, because you will manage to get better prices;
  • Take advantage of our special offers: subscribe to the newsletter and stay updated on new developments;
  • Book online and get special fares that are not available through other sales channels.

Special fares

Check out the special conditions we offer.

TAP offers special prices for infants and young people on some routes.If you fall into any of these categories, simply indicate it at the time of your booking.

  • Infants - Children aged from 0 to 23 months have special fares since they do not occupy a seat on the aircraft. They have to be accompanied by an adult.
  • Childs - TAP provides special fares for young people aged between 2 and 11 years.
We provide special prices for group bookings. Travelling together as a group of at least 10 people on the same day and the same flight. Find out more here.

About your ticket

Lost or stolen tickets

TAP tickets issued for domestic flights — within Continental Portugal and the islands of Madeira and the Azores — cannot be replaced.

Except in these circumstances, if your ticket has been stolen or t lost it may be replaced as a lost/stolen ticket if the passenger signs a TAP form assuming responsibility for its use.

This service is liable for the following fees:
  • European flights: €100 (Except those to and from Spain: €50)
  • Intercontinental flights: €170

  • The fees charged are non-refundable.
  • Fees are charged on a case-by-case basis and not per passenger, meaning a family is considered as a single case.