Think you're getting the best prices on travel? You might be suprised.
Flights and hotels are already pricey, but even the travel essentials we buy prior to a trip can cost just as much. My largest purchase lately was a new set of Away luggage. Between my upcoming getaways and frequent work trips, I realized I needed a lightweight suitcase that could survive my travels, and that was just the beginning. I found myself buying new sunglasses, neck pillows, and comfy travel clothes.
Thankfully, all this was made affordable, thanks to a genius Internet invention: 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!
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 buying anything online, just click the Honey button and BAM – the price will literally drop if Honey finds a deal. This tool works on everything from suitcases to clothes to pizza.
And here's a bonus: 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 even specific airlines like British Airways. This is how easy it was for me to save $72.42 on a flight from LAX to London:
$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 new luggage set, a last-minute flight to Las Vegas, and a hotel stay in San Francisco. Do yourself a favor and add Honey now, so you can always get the most out of every dollar.