Steve Zussino, the founder of GroceryAlerts.ca and travel savings expert, has published a new book called Travel Hacking for Canadians – How to Travel for Less.
I had a chance to read the book recently and was impressed by the depth of knowledge and the way it’s easily explained.
If you are looking to save money while travelling, this book is a great resource to have – covering virtually all aspects of travel.
Here is a quick rundown of what’s in the book:
- A review of all major frequent flyer programs and how to use them to your advantage
- Strategies for acquiring miles including reclaiming recent flights, online shopping, subscriptions, opinion surveys, real estate transactions, groceries and many more
- How to get your annual credit card fee waived
- How to use stopovers to increase your total redemption return
- How to get the most value for your money (there are a ton of tricks to learn)
- How to avoid paying hefty taxes for flights
Canadian Air Travel Hacks
- How to setup a free price alert that can potentially save you hundreds of dollars
- Why using Hotwire may not be the best option for you
- Which hotels allow you to eat/drink from the mini-bar (for FREE)
- How to get special deals from hosts listing cheap accommodations on Airbnb
- How to get involved in ecotourism and receive free accommodations
- Exclusive interview with a Flight Centre Manager on how to get the best deals
What’s even better – it is available as an ebook (and hard copy) – which means you don’t have to pay expensive shipping costs if you’re looking for a quick electronic reference.
I’m giving away a free copy of the book! To enter, simply sign up to receive new content from Our Big Fat Wallet via RSS OR receive new content via email. (Your email address will not be shared with any other party, ever.)
One lucky winner will be drawn at random and will receive a free copy of the ebook.
Rules: Contest closes August 12, 2014. One entry per person, per email address.
Good luck to all!