Whether dealing with discount airlines, or one of the big three – all airlines use extremely expensive software and algorithms to extract every dollar possible out of every seat on every one of their planes.
But much like Achilles’ heel, even the millions of dollars airlines put into predicting how much customers will pay for a seat on their planes, they don’t always get it right.
About .1% of the time, the airlines get their “supply and demand” charts wrong and they find themselves in a bind. As early as 10 months before a flight, if they don’t have at least 15% of their seats booked, they realize they’re not on-pace to fill enough seats on the plane.
The way they fix that problem and get to their 15% target? They drastically slash prices on a handful of seats. Since staying on pace to fill as many seats as possible is EXTREMELY important to the airlines, these price slashes have to be enough to get someone’s attention so they can fill those seats in a hurry.
You never know when or where those price-cuts will happen, but one thing is for sure… They disappear FAST, and as soon as they do, the airlines go back to charging what they know passengers will pay.
Want to spend less than everyone else on the same plane as you?
Watch every day and look for the .1% of seats in planes that are 70% to 90% below normal prices.
Not when you get around to it…
Not 1 or 2 months before you’re ready to plan a trip…
Unbelievably good deals to destinations all around the world are out there every day, and all you have to do is watch for them.
Don’t want to look every day?
That’s fine, but Murphy’s law says that perfect trip 6 months from now will pop up in the next week or two, and when you get around to planning for it in 3 or 4 months – you’ll probably pay double to triple than what you could have paid if you watched for that trip every day.
Don’t think .1% gives you enough options to choose from?
Think about this:
- If the average international airport flies to 700 destinations around the world…
- If they have an average of 4 flights to those destinations per day…
- If there are 365 days in the year…
- If there are an average of 250 seats on those planes…
- That gives you 204,000,000 options to choose from. (700 * 4 * 365 * 250)
- If you only took flights that were among the cheapest .1% of those 204,000,000 choices, you’d have 204,000 options to choose from (per year).
- With that many options it’s virtually impossible not to find something that can work with your schedule.
- Besides, how many trips do you need to take a year?
Is “The JGOOT Way” perfect?
Will “The JGOOT Way” get you to exactly where you want to go, when you want to get there?
Will it allow you to take an annual vacation or two to amazing destinations at a price YOU are willing to pay (vs what the airlines (and hotels) are charging everyone else who doesn’t know any better?)
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