Think you're getting the best prices on flights and hotels? You might be suprised.
Whether you're traveling for fun or taking a quick work trip, the costs can quickly add up. Even a quick flight from LAX to SFO can cost a couple hundred dollars, but most of us pay the price anyway because we assume it's our only option. That is, until a genius Internet invention proved us wrong.
It's called Honey.
If you don't already know, Honey is a free browser app that automatically scans the Internet for every working coupon code while you're shopping online. Then at checkout, it magically applies the best deal to your cart! Although this browser app has over 8 million users, not many people know that you can use it for travel sites like Expedia, Orbitz, Marriott, and Travelocity.
Here’s how it works:
Add Honey to your browser for free. A little "h" will appear in your toolbar.
The next time you're browsing on a travel site to book a flight or hotel (or buying anything online, for that matter), just click the Honey button and BAM – the price will literally drop if Honey finds a deal.
This is how easy it was for me to save $72.42 on a flight to London from LAX:
$72.42 saved? 😍 Not bad, considering it took zero effort. Same flight, same dates, just cheaper.
AND – even if there aren't codes available that day, Honey can give you cash rewards on your purchase, so no matter what, you're still saving money. So far, I've saved on a last-minute flight to Las Vegas, a hotel stay in San Francisco, and even new luggage. Do yourself a favor and add Honey now, so you can always get the most out of every dollar.