Artificial intelligence is changing how we get around, from baggage handling to doing the actual driving and flying. That same tool is also making it easier to get the cheapest flight, and for Cyber Monday, you can save on a lifetime subscription to Dollar Flight Club.
How It Works
Dollar Flight Club earned 4.4 out of 5 stars on TrustPilot by combining big data and human intelligence. The service is built around the tricks the team of travelers behind the company use themselves when finding cheap flights, including using multiple airports in their region to check destinations. In fact, Dollar Flight Club got started as a way to avoid higher fares by directly visiting travel sites, which will raise prices on obsessive checkers.
According to their research, this saves up to $500 a ticket, depending on the destination and the timing. And the mix of humans and automation means you don't have to search 24/7 to find a deal.
How You Save
When you set up the app, tell it your key departure airports and give it a list of destinations you're interested in. The app will grind through every flight scheduled from those airports relentlessly, looking for deals its over one million members might want to pick up. It even finds the occasional "mistake fare," where airlines incorrectly price tickets and have to honor it, provided you can snap the ticket up before they catch the error!
When it finds one, you get an instant alert via email, and can then go and book the flight. In addition, this membership is at the premium level, so you get access to a host of exclusive deals and discounts on hotel stays, toiletries, clothes, luggage, and other travel essentials.
Get the Dollar Flight Club Lifetime Subscription for $69 (reg. $690) with coupon code CMSAVE40 in our Cyber Monday Sale.
Prices subject to change.
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