Are you looking for places to discover economical flights?
Always seeking out discounts, aren’t you? Well, that’s okay, I do too.
Maybe you spend hours checking on the internet to analyze…
And you can locate very interesting deals on the internet when you know where to look. In this post, I will present Farecompare, the platform that I am selecting to book planes tickets at cheaper prices.
You’re going to understand how this works and how to get the cheapest tickets with one cheeky technique. You’re gonna love it so stay til the end…
Farecompare is a privately owned company who display the tickets for the flight you select just like a search engine does. Enter your destinations and date and you can select from a list of sites that offer less costly tickets.
You can find the best between 7 sites at the moment but I do think this is going to increase over time. Farecompare makes sure that the companies, such as Expedia, CheapOair or Cheaptickets, are trustworthy.
Many tickets and airlines are displayed and the travellers can pick the one that suits best their needs, finances, arrival times and many more.
Farecompare spares you the time that you may spend otherwise going on each and every website to run a search and assess.
I do like the way they run their searches because this is really price oriented.
Farecompare: how much does it ask for?
Nothing obviously. So how do they make any profit?
They have a percentage of the sales with every company they are dealing with. As this is an online business, the price is reduced and their strategy of volume works.
When you enter your information and hit the search button, you will get roughly 7 windows that will open simultaneously, which really slows your laptop down.
You can either tick the box one after the other or all of them in the same time and be forced to wait maybe 20 seconds.
I spoke previously about a cheeky way that I use to take advantage of even more discounted tickets. Here it is…
Primarily based on the time that you purchase your ticket, you’ll pay a fee for the file they generated for you. This fee goes 0 to $28. And this fee does not appear when you buy your tickets between 4 and 5 AM. It will increase then every hour to reach $28 at 4PM.
This is my trick to spare almost $30!
Farecompare made me money today… What do I signify and what’s the link? Well, I am part of a team where you blog on a daily basis about whatever you wish to and, as soon as people see your blog post, you get paid. Today it’s about Farecompare, we’ll see for tomorrow… Everyone can do this. Disabled people are making money, 12 year old earning money, blind people getting checks and this is only the beginnning. Share your passion AND get paid doing it, start here today.