There are some travelers who always seem to have it together – they’ve packed well, they found great bargains, and they haven’t broken out into a cold sweat at the airport. These types of people make the rest of us wanderlusts look like unorganized hot messes – so what are their secrets? Well, perhaps they’ve taken a few cues from the travel hacks below. **#24 just might be a game changer.**
If you’re at an airport with ridiculously expensive Wifi, try to sit right outside an airport club lounge. Signals often glide through the walls.
This is when the big airlines reduce their fares in order to compete with the discount airlines.
If something goes wrong on your flight – such as a broken TV or creaky seat -it doesn’t hurt to send the airline email. Be polite, give the airline all of your information, and inform them that usually you love flying with them, which is why you were so surprised by the inconvenience. Often, you’ll receive some type of compensation for your trouble.
Here’s how it works: A flight from NYC to Chicago might be expensive. A flight from NYC to Milwaukee, with a layover in Chicago, might be cheaper. Instead of getting on the plane to go to Milwaukee, you would throw away that leg of the ticket and head out into the Windy City.