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Become A Smart Traveler: 15 Awesome Travel Hacks
1. Clear your browser’s cookies
websites usually store your browser’s cookies so they know how many
times you’ve looked for a hotel or flight deal. Since they want you to
book quickly, they show you higher prices for you to take the bait.
Prevent this from happening: clear your cookies and use an incognito
2. Track your airfare
Websites such as Yapta and Skyscanner allow
you to monitor your airfares and give you alerts every time it changes.
Just give them your email address and strike while the iron is hot! If
the airfare seems cheap enough for you, book it already. You may not
have the second chance in the future.
3. Fly Red-Eye
want airport hassles? Choose red-eye (overnight) flights so you avoid
rush hour, long lines and grumpy personnel. You can always sleep on the
plane and wake up energized when you arrive at your dream destination.
4. Pack your luggage “Russian Nesting Doll” style
of the famous travel hacks is to fold your clothes. Why don’t you take
it one step further? Rolled up socks and underwear go inside your shoes.
Rolled up shirts can safely store your digital camera or sunglasses.
Put the items you’ll frequently need (liquids and items you’ll use
mid-flight) at the very top.
5. Wear your extra luggage
the bulky items that you will need but you don’t want to pack – a
jacket, a pair of boots, a hoodie or your gym clothes! If you’re really
extreme about it, you can also try Jaktogo so you can wear your luggage literally.
6. Make your luggage stand out – in a good way
checking every luggage that moves is not easy so you want your own
luggage to be noticeable at first sight. Don’t use ribbons or bows
because these can get stuck. Instead, put colorful and bright stickers
on your luggage.
7. Choose your security line
line up behind senior citizens and children as they tend to take the
most time in getting through security. Instead, look for people in
business suits; they tend to move more efficiently as compared to
8. Go through priority lines anyway
you see that the line is excruciatingly slow, go to the empty line for
priority/first-class passengers. You can actually ask them if you can
just go through, or if you want, you can always pass by and they’ll wave
you in. More often than not, you won’t even need to flash your frequent
flyer card anyway.
9. Request shopping bags from airport gift shops
for a big shopping bag and put all your remaining stuff there. Because
everyone will assume that you just bought this from the airport’s gift
shop, you won’t get charged for an extra carry-on baggage. If it’s not
free, consider buying it. A shopping bag price is still cheaper than an
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