When we travel internationally from the United States, we rarely pay more than $500 roundtrip on major airlines. And you can travel this way, too!
This eLearning course, led by Mark Albert, editor-in-chief of The Voyage Report, can transform the way you travel. Mark has been to 55 countries so far and will tell you how to find cheap airfare, show you step-by-step how he books those airfare deals, and teach you how to set up your own airfare alert network in under 5 minutes! And we’re not talking about signing up for airfare email alerts like everyone else.
A fellow journalist wrote that Mark’s airfare booking advice and travel hacking skills are "literally going to change my life.”
You’ll Get All This:
Have a dream destination in mind?
Paying too much for international airfare?
Looking to transform how you shop for travel?
Then get the “How to Find Cheap Airfare” e-course NOW to learn how we save 50%-80% off full-price international airfare!
If you can afford the cost of one checked bag on one flight one way—then you can afford this course.
Would you pay that much to save hundreds of dollars on every trip for years to come?
Remember what a fellow journalist said — that Mark’s airfare booking advice “is literally going to change my life.” It can change yours, too!
We guarantee you'll learn something new when you watch this course!
Introduction to the course and the proof that our strategy saves us hundreds of dollars on international airfare--every time. There are no tricks and no gimmicks. This is a tried and true strategy developed by a journalist who's traveled to more than 50 countries. It works for him and it can work for you!
We share our battle plan for travel – our top rules, including our philosophy that puts us in the best position to take advantage of fast-moving airfare deals. These top tips are what we've discovered over more than a decade of international travel and can help you snag the next great deal.
Mark shows us exactly how he finds these incredible deals – like $257 roundtrip to Panama; $295 roundtrip to Peru; $462 roundtrip to Budapest; and $487 to Taiwan. There's no private website or secret connection. You can find these deals, too!
Fasten your seatbelts: Mark takes us through a real airfare deal that was live at the time he recorded the course so you can watch exactly how he snags the deal – the route, the aircraft, the times, any layover, and most importantly: the great price.
When booking an airfare deal, these are key tips and advice worth noting to make sure you go on the trip of your dreams. Some of this advice is for little-known rules that you can use to your advantage when booking travel. Other tips will make you a savvy airfare deal shopper - and avoid any turbulence along the way.
Never miss another airfare deal by learning how to set up your personal deal alert network! This will take you less than five minutes and can transform the way you learn about deals. Your friends and family will be stunned at how much of a shrewd shopper you've become!
Mark has been a broadcast journalist for nearly 20 years, most recently as a freelance correspondent at CBS News. He’s a Peabody Award-winner for investigative journalism; a two-time recipient of the National Headliner Award, including its Grand Award; winner of six regional Edward R. Murrow awards and 12 regional Emmys, among other honors. His career has been distinguished by investigative and original reporting, and doggedly following the story wherever it leads: from Peru to Pakistan; Iraq to Kenya; and across the US, including to cover the ongoing pipeline protests in North Dakota, the Baltimore riots; the New York prison escape manhunt; Virginia Tech and Milwaukee Sikh Temple mass shootings; Sarah Palin’s 2008 VP pick in Dayton, OH; US-Mexico border security; and more.
In 2017, he joined with several other journalists to launch The Voyage Report, an online newsroom covering travel and transportation. He's been seen and heard on television and radio newscasts across the country, sharing insight and context on how to find airfare deals, TSA screening, the U.S. government's electronic's ban, and other issues.
He's traveled to 54 countries so far as a reporter and explorer and his goal is to visit every country on Earth!