Good Morning America challenged me to fly to a random destination of their choosing for free. Here’s how I did it:
I like to put things off until the absolute late minute. In fact, I was planning on writing this post last week as a follow up to my post on the importance of getting started with travel hacking right away.
But then I decided to put it off by diving in to another project (which you’ll be seeing soon), helping a few clients book ridiculously cheap vacations, and taking weekend trips to Vegas, Boston, and New York City.
Some of what I have been doing was work related, but if I’m being honest with myself I was trying to procrastinate.
As I have discovered over the past year, many of you are just like me. You browse my posts or my book, read through my free ebook, promise yourself that you’ll get started right away, and then email me frantically for help booking a trip that is less than a month away.
And while these emails used to make me want to throw myself in to traffic, I have come to terms with the fact that most people (myself included) procrastinate from time to time.
So, with that in mind, I decided to share my strategy for saving money on last minute trips. It takes about 5 minutes to complete and will help you save at least $400 on your next vacation.