I am a professional flight hacker, here to answer any questions and help you find cheap fares wherever you want to travel. I specialise on flight routes departing from UK and Ireland only, but I’ll do my best to assist all!
How many posts about booking cheap flights have you seen? If you’ve been wandering around the web in the past few years, chances are you stumbled into quite a few. You know what the problem is? If you read one, you read them all. Most of the posts out there are basically copy/pasted, paraphrased versions of the same basic, non-practical stuff. That’s why I finally decided enough is enough, and decided to compile a real, comprehensive & practical go-to-guide for booking the cheapest flights out there.
Whether the frequent flyer miles game seems to be historically rewarding, or in dire straits, depends on your perspective and time horizon. The game is different than it was 2 years ago, very different than it was 5 years ago, and orders of magnitude different than it was fifteen years ago.
Nikolas Langes thought he knew every trick in the book for saving money on airline tickets. After all, he’s the founder of an online start-up called Tripdelta, which specializes in finding inexpensive fares. Turns out he didn’t. One day, he noticed a discrepancy between fares based on the currency used to pay. And then another.
This was going to be either a genius move or a miserable failure. Either way, I figured I’d at least end up with a good story. Back in June, Avis had a promotion offering 5000 EuroBonus miles per rental. What made this offer so special was that the terms and conditions clearly specified that it was valid for rentals of any length. Too good to be true?