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Meet the Guys Gaming Luxury Travel on an Economy Budget

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016



A behind the scenes look of sorts into gaming the travel industry:  exploiting loopholes and taking advantage of offers to travel anywhere in the world for a fraction of the cost.  Now, whether this will work for everyone who wants to travel is the debate.  Check out a quote below:

Mistake fares are Leff’s favorite. The 41-year-old once flew to Italy when a $3,300 business-class fare on Alitalia was priced at $33.00. On another occasion, Le Méridien hotel in Khao Lak, Thailand, published rates in Ugandan shillings instead of U.S. dollars, so an oceanfront villa with a private pool was priced at just 60 cents a night. The hotel honored it at a marginally higher $33 a night, including tax and breakfast. Leff stayed for a week.

Fascinating tips, to be sure.  Share any tips you may have below.


Photo credit to Victor Prado.

via http://www.details.com/story/meet-the-guys-gaming-luxury-travel-on-an-economy-budget

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