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This article was published on July 22, 2021

This Travel App makes international travel safe — and a whole lot cheaper

This Travel App makes international travel safe — and a whole lot cheaper
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TLDR: With a TravelHacker premium subscription, users can book the cheapest international flights instantly while also tracking world reopening and travel restriction alerts.

Almost everyone loves going out and seeing the world. There’s little in life that’s as soothing and eye-opening as world travel. However, travel is also time-consuming, stressful, and full of logistics and traps that can siphon money out of your wallet in seconds if you aren’t careful.

Now, toss in the ongoing complexities of a global pandemic and the travel market instability that exists today, and the old anxieties about travel feel about as quaint as worrying about a trip to the grocery store. Now, you’ve REALLY got some things to worry about.

TravelHacker is a smart travel app designed to balance the complexities and safeties of world travel post-COVID with saving travelers serious money, all while staying as nimble as possible with today’s ever-shifting rules and restrictions. Right now, a premium one-year subscription to TravelHacker is on sale at 84 percent off its regular price to just $39.

TravelHacker effectively offers members the abilities of a top-notch travel agent, scoping out the cheapest flights to the safest destinations automatically. They monitor the 100,000 flights run by worldwide airlines every day, find the best specials and pricing errors, and give you a heads up instantly so you can jump on a great deal.

With TravelHacker, users set up alerts to their closest airport with a full list of the places they want to go along with price ranges and travel times — and TravelHacker spins into action. As soon as a flight drops into your range and time window, you get a real time alert so you can score your ticket through booking sites like Skyscanner or Google Flights immediately at an average savings of $200 to $500 per ticket. 

In addition to 24/7/365 surveillance on ticket prices, TravelHacker is also watching travel conditions in over 120 countries and over 3,800 international airports vigilantly. Their watchful eye can keep you up to date on all the latest reopenings, travel restrictions, and vaccine passport news, or allow scanning for only pandemic-friendly destinations with just a click.

Right now, a year of TravelHacker’s premium service is on sale for only $39, a savings of over $200. Or users can max out their travel advantages with similar savings on three-year ($59) and lifetime ($149) subscriptions as well.

Prices are subject to change