The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare (E-Book Review)

Discount Airfare Guide

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In the last 6 years, Chris Guillebeau has traveled to 83 countries. Sound expensive? It’s not as bad as you’d think.

On average, Chris paid only $342 for each of his flights.

In his new e-book, The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare, Chris shares the strategies and tactics which have allowed him to travel so much for so little.

It comes at a perfect time, with rising oil costs pushing up ticket prices and airlines slapping on all sorts of hidden extra charges.

Chris shares his firsthand knowledge on everything from how to hitch a ride on a plane to how to get instant elite status with airlines like American Airlines, Continental, Delta and more. At a glance, here’s what’s included in the 29-page book:

That’s what’s included now – Chris will be updating the e-book in the future, offering free updates to anyone who purchases the e-book now.

The only drawback to Chris’ guide is that it is geared towards readers from the USA or Canada, which leaves the rest of us wishing for more. But if you’re North American, the book is definitely worth the investment.

TravelBlogs readers can take advantage of a special $5 discount offer on the e-book, bringing the total price under $20. If you have a few flights planned, I have no doubt that Chris’ strategies and tactics will help you save a lot more money than that.

On the off-chance that you don’t like it, Chris is offering a full refund for anyone who feels the e-book isn’t worth the $20. There’s no time limit on that guarantee. I guess he’s confident in his product!

To take advantage of the TravelBlogs discount, quote TB as your discount code. You can download a 2-page sample of the guide here.

Buy now for $19.97: The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare

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