How to Travel More Often by reducing your flights’ costs
5. Add an extra destination/ Be creative on your itinerary
6. Where to look for tickets
One more saving hack here: The offers from the airlines tend to follow the retail market rules– for example, Black Friday Deals, Mid-season Offers, Flash Sales, January Clearance etc. So, when your favourite store marks everything down, check the airlines’ websites too!
7. Time for Mile
Every airline (apart from some low-cost ones) has a loyalty members program for their clients and it offers points/miles etc. that can be spent on flights and products afterwards. Even if you don’t travel often you should have at least one account – collecting is actually free money in the long term! It’s not that difficult to collect points- in fact, many companies offer this option not only at flights purchases but at products and other services too; you can even have a partnered credit card to collect double points from products you would buy anyway! Don’t fall for buying unnecessary stuff though! In my case, I have about 5 accounts from major airlines that accumulate points from manyyyy different airlines worldwide and a Nectar card (UK) which is very useful as you can collect points from nearly everything (gas, Argos, eBay, supermarkets etc. ) and then spend them on holiday deals!
8. Currency can be your friend
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