How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets (E-Book Review)

SEPTEMBER 17, 2010

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Has the economy forced you to reconsider your travel plans for 2009?

Over the past few weeks, Tammie Dooley from Solo Road Trip has shown how you can save your pennies and still have a great holiday, campground-style.

But if that doesn’t suffice – if you have an irrepressible desire to fly somewhere, near or far – take a look at Elizabeth Sanberg’s guide to finding cheap airline tickets.

How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets is a straight-forward guide designed to help you save time and money. It’s about showing that travel is financially feasible for pretty much everyone.

Elizabeth is the co-founder of Go Green Travel Green, a website that helps conscientious travellers take simple steps to travel greener. This book has been a long time coming: according to Elizabeth, it’s been in the works for two years.

At a glance, here’s what it covers:

The guide also comes with a cheat sheet outlining which travel search engines you should use depending on your circumstances; and two worksheets to help you track airfares.

How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets is similar to Chris Guillebeau’s Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare, which I reviewed last year. But if Chris’ guide was about unconventional ways to trim the dollars off your airfare, Elizabeth’s book goes into more conventional methods at a greater depth. If you’re serious about saving money on your flights, I think the two books complement each other quite nicely.

The book is priced at $19.99. If you buy it and decide it isn’t for you, there’s a 100 day, 100% cash back guarantee.

Buy now for $19.99: How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets.


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  • #1Super Cheap Flights

    These tips will surely come in handy these days cause we’re all in hard times. Plus we all could use some discounts in traveling.

    There are actually a lot of sites that offer services to let you compare airfare deals, but this is great. And the topics it covers are very helpful. It’s good for a $19 e book I guess.

  • #2travelling man

    hey this is a cool book… is there a book about how to travel green?

  • #3Bilety lotnicze

    Use a comparision search engine and spend the 19usd on a cheap ticket :) .

  • #4TangoAna

    Hi everyone!
    Thanks for this blog because I m preparing my first travel out my country.
    My destinations should be AUSTRALIA or EUROPA and from my country the flights prices are expensive.

    From ARGENTINA, the land of the Tango, meat and beautiful people
    Tango Ana.

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