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Do you travel?
I am sure that you do…
A few tips
Tip # 1
Last minute booking may still be Ok but with business travellers willing to pay high process for last minute tickets it has become advisable to book about 18 weeks in advance for long flights. For shorter flights 7 weeks is best!
Tip # 2
Check on Tuesday afternoon. This is when airlines slash the prices for unsold seat for upcoming weekend flights. Don’t miss CheapOair’s Super Saver Flight Deals! Save up to $30 with Promo Code: FLIGHT30
Tip # 3
Check about booking on way flights instead of return one: you can often save money this way.
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Jiggle, just a little, if the plane hits turbulence. Sounds crazy but your movement will counteract that of the aircraft so that you will feel it less.
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Don’t exchange money in your hotel , shop around for the best rate.
Tip # 13
Don’t carry much cash, ATM’s are everywhere now.
Be flexible … the more flexible you are the more you will save on travel costs.
Tip # 15
Always get travel insurance. You never know!
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Be loyal: it’s the way to get upgrades even at the lowest levels.
Tip # 17
Don’t plan everything down to the last details: the longest lasting and fondest memories usually happen spontaneously.
Be wary of mouthing off when you think you’re speaking a language no one around you speaks. You never know who understands what.
Tip # 19
Be patient and don’t get angry. Don’t waste energy getting upset with unseasoned travellers who hold up the security lines , don’t know the etiquette of getting of a plane or who don’t stand one metre back (or behind the painted line) from the luggage belt, so that everyone can see luggage arriving.