The frequent traveler explains how he uses different websites and careful applications with cards to help him get the right deals.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – One man’s $7 flight to Las Vegas may sound too good to be true, but it’s possible if you know how to “travel hack.”
Bryce Conway, a banker from Columbus, Ohio, is a self-proclaimed “travel hacker” and says he hasn’t paid for a flight for himself in three years, ABC NEWS reported.
“Travel hacking is a method of earning a lot of frequent flier miles through things like credit card signups and special promotions and using those miles to book really cheap trips,” Conway, 25, said. “It’s just a way to get around a normal system with a shortcut and travel for free.”
When planning his bachelor party, Conway said he flew his groomsmen to Las Vegas for just $7 per flight, before taxes and fees. He also said he and his new wife flew to Paris for a long weekend for a total of $10, before taxes and fees.
Conway says he has figured out a way to get rock-bottom prices and he’s sharing his secrets:
Conway has a stack of 23 credit cards that he opened during special promotions. He uses different cards for specific travel expenses, and a lot of it has to do with good timing.
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