Love traveling but can’t afford to do it as much as you would like? Try taking a look at some travel hacking books to learn how to save big bucks on each trip, so you can start traveling more frequently.
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How to Fly for Free: Practical Tips the Airlines Don’t Want you to Know
Experienced flier Scott Keyes teaches readers how to earn elite status in just one flight, bring along a companion anywhere you fly for free for two whole years, add extra cities to your trip, get bumped and much more. This is a small book that cuts to the chase, a practical step-by-step guide that will help you save loads of money on airfare.
The Best Travel Hacking Guide: How to get cheap vacations and earn free flights!
J. Warden’s The Best Travel Hacking Guide: How to get cheap vacations and earn free flights! is the first volume in the Travel Cheap Series is a guide that will teach you the tools necessary for you to be able to visit your dream destinations. The book debunks the myth created by the travel industry that traveling is expensive and that customers can only enjoy a good vacation if they spend large sums of money.
The Travel Hacking Pocket Guide: Work the Airlines’ System, Save Money and Travel the World
Do you think it is possible to go almost anywhere in the world for less money you spent going out last weekend? Well, James Zeller does. In The Travel Hacking Pocket Guide: Work the Airlines’ System, Save Money and Travel the World, Zeller will teach you just how to accomplish that.
Flight Hacking Made Easy: An Easy to Follow System for Finding the Cheap Flights to Anywhere Without Using Frequent Flyer Miles.
Justin Bakker will teach you how to save hundreds on your flights without having to do countless hours of searching or having to use frequent flyer miles. Flight Hacking Made Easy: An Easy to Follow System for Finding the Cheap Flights to Anywhere Without Using Frequent Flyer Miles teaches readers how to find a cheaper flight in 15 minutes or less.
How to Travel the World on $50 a Day: Revised: Travel Cheaper, Longer, Smarter
A must-buy for the smart traveler, Matt Knepes’ How to Travel the World on $50 a Day: Revised: Travel Cheaper, Longer, Smarter teaches readers the tricks, tips, and secrets he has been using to travel for over a decade. Learn how to use the system against itself to get free flights, hotel rooms, and get into attractions for free.