For me, traveling is a way of life and I couldn’t imagine my life without hopping from one place to another, learning about other cultures and discovering little by little, the world we live in. I started traveling by myself during my first year in University, when my budget was quite tight. With going to classes and keeping a part time job to support myself, I was always on the hunt for bargain deals and cheap flights allowing me to travel during weekends. Back then I had to rely on checking for offers directly with the airlines, as flight comparison websites were not popular (or even existed).
These days is so much easier to find bargain deals and go on that holiday that you’ve dreamed of all year. Or, if you’re like me, go somewhere new almost every week.
Who is CheapOair?
Allow me to introduce you to CheapOair, the second largest seller of airline tickets in the United States. Unlike other airfare booking engines, CheapOair focuses on finding the best flights for you and not on the extras, such as hotel reservations or car rentals.
Cheap is good! Go Ahead, Be Cheap!
Let’s be honest, when was it the last time you refused something because it was cheap? Being able to book a cheap flight means that you can spend more on accommodation or experiences at your destination. CheapOair’s campaign “Go Ahead, Be Cheap”, encourages you to book your dream holiday without worrying that you won’t be able to visit all the places you want because of a tight budget. By saving money on flights you will be able to enjoy staying at a Disneyland Hotel in Florida, or a delightful meal with a view in San Francisco for example.
CheapOair helps you save on average around 40% on airfare (prices which are compared with the same travel period from last year). Cheap is good, isn’t it?
By booking through CheapOair you earn rewards points which you can later exchange towards flight credits or reduced hotel rates. Just by creating an account on the website, CheapOair welcomes you with a gift of 500 points, which automatically grants you the bronze status. With each flight you book through CheapOair you climb a rewards tear, which means earning more points for each dollar you spend. When you reach the Platinum Level you earn 3 points for each dollar. Moreover, every time you refer a friend and they join the rewards program you earn an extra 5000 points. If you use the mobile app to book your flights you earn double the points, whilst if you pay using the CheapOair credit card you earn 6 times more!
With CheapOair not only that you find cheaper flights, but you can also pay less by using the points!
I love spontaneous trips, especially when I can get a very cheap last-minute deal. If I’m craving a good pizza I’ll check flights to Napoli; if I want sunshine, I’ll think about sunbathing in Malta; if I feel like going on an adventure, I’ll keep an eye on deals to Switzerland.
By creating an account on CheapOair you can get special deals curated just for you, departing from your local airport. You don’t even need to search, how amazing is that?
For example, I found an amazing deal to go to Lisbon for only $42 from my current nearest airport, which is Malaga in Spain. I love that the suggested dates are over the weekend as well, which means that I don’t have to take any time off from my daily freelance work. Another fantastic deal, for a weekend as well, is to Barcelona, for only 51$! For $36 I can go on a city break to Birmingham at the beginning of December, which is the perfect time to see the city’s famous Christmas market.
Are you flexible?
It is well known that multi-city flights are much cheaper than returns. A multi-city flight means that your journey will start at one airport, but your return flight will land at another one. For example, let’s say that I want to go to Mexico City on holiday and I live in New York. By flying New York – Mexico City – New York, I found a flight for 818$. By using the multi-city option on CheapOair and changing my return flight from New York to Philadelphia, for the same dates, I found a fare of 612$. That a saving of over 200$ and only one and a half hours extra by bus between Philadelphia and New York!
Another great option that CheapOair is offering its customers is the Fare Predictor, which can alert you when the prices for your desired itinerary are dropping. Based on your flexibility, CheapOair also suggests alternative dates to fly on, which are cheaper for your selected itinerary.
Travel hacking and finding great deals can be time consuming, so why not take advantage of the CheapOair travel specialists? This unique service allows you to discover secret deals by picking up the phone and calling a CheapOair agent. They will do the search work for you and even offer you deals that are not advertised online. How easy is that?
You can always call a CheapOair agent when you have a larger booking to make or more complex details, such as more than one destinations, multiple family members in different age categories, or pets traveling with you.
What do you think? Have you book a flight through CheapOair before? Did I convince you to check them out? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
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