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Someone has experience with that website? They actually have better price than Google flights system? (I find it hard to believe)
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Someone has experience with that website? They actually have better price than Google flights system? (I find it hard to believe)
i don't believe in paying for any "subscriptions" or "services" when this same information can be found elsewhere like here or other deals forums. with that said, this particular deal is a free subscription for three months but you must put a cc number.

beyond the 3 months free subscription, i don't believe anyone should be paying for info on where to find deals.

slickdeals will always be free.
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Scott's Cheap Flights had a popular Reddit thread a few months ago. You can read about it here: I'm Scott from Scott's Cheap Flights. Here to help find you cheap flights & answer travel questions ... [reddit.com]
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I don't believe in paying for subscriptions either but this guy seems to bust his ass searching for his own deals rather than just aggregating other sites. I have the free one and just booked a round trip flight boston to Rome for $325 because of his email. I will be subscribing because I don't care much where I go and love the idea of cheap flights that show up in my email that are actually cheap and really exist, unlike most 'cheap: travel websites.
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You have to enter a CC to actually start using it (cancel anytime).

Eh.
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You have to enter a CC to actually start using it (cancel anytime).

Eh.
I can't get the offer to work for me
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I consider myself pretty advanced in flying cheap airfare and have a full twitter feed of sites that alert me (don't ask there's too man to name - just google cheap airfare deal twitter). I've flown the most of the popular mistake/ deal fares. Chicago-Nairobi (~200). Lax to Auckland ~$200 etc.

Just from being asked from my friends about "deals" who I consider the general public, I think there's a misunderstanding on how flight deals work. Airfare cost is pretty much set across the board. So when my friend says find me a deal to Vegas but I must travel on these exact dates, I roll my eyes. The point of the sites is to identify low points between city pairs during certain dates. Airfare pricing is fluid meaning you may search a fare one hour and the next it can drop $700 in the blink of an eye. Unless you have time to search google 24/7 I'd rather just have the deals come to me.

I don't believe in subscriptions because I follow enough that I don't need one, but like this site and will probably renew next year. This guy finds more of the less common low fares. Also it helps since I'm based out of Kansas City. Already booked KC to Lisbon in Jan and KC to Barcelona in March and KC to Milan just last week using this service. Each round trip ticket was $400
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I think studville said it best. I'm in the same situation. I get many travel alert/newsletters/blogs, but this guy (Scott) does a really good job with finding low fare deals and sending them out in a timely manner with useable details (which airline, available dates, routing, and available airports)

Keep in mind that these 'deals' that he post are extremely time-sensitive, and almost always limited in inventory for dates, times, and airport. The better deals can run out in under an hour. In short, airfare pricing and availability is extremely dynamic! If you are not used to how airfare sales work, i.e. availability, different prices based on dates and time and airport, and even differences based on which website you search, then you will most likely get frustrated trying to use this info. (He really try hard to make it simple and spoon feed it to his readers, so read carefully and follow his directions...)

Anyway, I subscribe to the free newsletter from Scott and find them to be useful. I've not taken advantage of one yet, due to other work and personal travel, but I can see myself taking advantage of the very reasonable price he charges for the "premium" subscription if I ever have more time. (I fly over 100K miles per year already...)

Of course, I subscribe to Serra (here on SD) as well. :-)
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