https://justgetoutoftown.com/den/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2017/10/JGOOT-without-liberty1-300x116.png 0 0 Joel https://justgetoutoftown.com/den/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2017/10/JGOOT-without-liberty1-300x116.png Joel2019-04-17 08:04:312019-04-19 16:39:40Bad news & good News
If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you want to go somewhere specific, have shopped that trip to death, couldn’t find anything affordable and emailed me hoping I had a last minute trick up my sleeve.
The bad news is that I’m not a travel agent and when it comes to going to specific places at specific times – you’ve got better odds buying lottery tickets than to get a good deal shopping for a specific trip “the traditional way.” But I’ve got good news!
If all you want to do is go to a specific place, you don’t need anything I have to offer. This video will save you a ton of money.
Can’t view the above video? Click here.
Need to go to that specific place at a specific time? If you have enough advance notice, try this even cooler trick. (Again – no charge for this advice.)
Either way – if all you need is a trip to a specific place you don’t need to pay for my services.
When you’re ready to be INSPIRED to travel by finding ridiculously cheap round-trip flights:
- to any of the 48 states where you can visit friends or family for under $100 (sometimes as low as $29 round-trip)
- to any of the hundreds of exotic destinations with white-sand beaches in Mexico/Caribbean (and often Hawaii) that are $100 to $400…
- to any of the beautiful countries in Europe, Asia, or South America between $200 and $600…
- to Africa or Australia are $400 to $1000 round-trip…
- AND have a bullet-proof backup plan for any time prices are higher than that…
…I’d love for JGOOT to be your muse.
But… If you don’t mind me giving you one last travel tip:
If you’re thinking about trying my premium trip alert service out, don’t try and wait for the perfect time.
The risk of missing out on a perfect trip that will save you $3000 by booking it 6 or 8 months in advance is far greater than the $24 or $32 you’ll save by waiting until you’re ready to plan your next trip. Don’t take it from me. Take it from the thousands of subscribers who have asked me for help after it’s too late.
Either way, I hope this post will help you to start traveling a little more affordably.