Whether you’re the type of traveler who prefers kicking back at an all-inclusive resort or the kind who is slowly (but surely) hiking every mountain from here to there, we’re all stricken with a little wanderlust every once in a while.
Unfortunately, cheap vacations (not to mention the amount of vacation time we need and deserve) aren’t always easy to come by. This means we’re often limited to local weekend getaways and staycations.
That is, until now.
Dollar Flight Club, the subscription flight deal service that I’ve raved about before, recently launched a new feature for finding cheap domestic flights (hint: use the code discount40 for 40% off a Premium Membership)
This means your weekend getaways and last-minute vacations no longer depend on how far you can get in a car. Instead, Dollar Flight Club will send you flight details for the cheapest weekend trips leaving right from your home airport. Better yet, all flights depart on a Thursday or Friday and return on either Sunday or Monday, meaning you don’t have to use up all of your vacation time.
Game changer, right?
It’s easy to get caught up in the idea that traveling means going as far as possible from home with your passport in hand, but don’t forget just how much the United States has to offer for every type of traveler, whether you’re looking to get a tan at the beach or cross every National Park off your list.
Dollar Flight Club’s new Weekend Warrior feature rounds up the cheapest domestic flight deals and sends them directly to your inbox once a week, saving Premium members an average of $250 per flight (!!!). Plus, the trips don’t include layovers so you won’t waste any precious time waiting around at the airport.
Most flight subscription services focus on international travel, but did you know only 36 percent of Americans actually have a valid passport? Until now, being able to find cheap flight domestically has largely been ignored when in reality, domestic travel is far more common — and just as fulfilling.
In order to access these cheap domestic flight deals, you will need a Premium Membership to Dollar Flight Club, which costs $40 a year (don’t forget to use the code discount40 for 40% off!) or $9 a month for a month-to-month membership.
If you’re still not totally sold on the whole saving $250 per domestic flight idea, consider at least signing up for Dollar Flight Club’s Premium Membership 14-day free trial to check the deals out for yourself — you can thank me later.
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