How to travel on a budget
Everyone loves to travel, but most people don’t think they can afford it. This clever tool is trying to change that.
finds lower prices on flights, hotels and other travel essentials. From price comparisons to coupon codes, this Chrome extension knows almost every frugal hack you can imagine.
Here’s how it works:
While you book accommodations on Travelocity, Expedia, OneTravel or pretty much anywhere else, goes to work in the background to find and try coupon codes.
These plane tickets to Costa Rica just got $140 cheaper — and that’s without giving up your carryon or using some “budget” airline.
Same American Airlines tickets, just a lower price.
Not only does find money-saving coupon codes, but it also compares prices on Amazon. While you shop, it checks hundreds of other sellers to find a lower price. Capital One Shopping found $41 off this Samsonite luggage set. And yes, that includes shipping + tax.
The best part? It’s completely free. Do yourself (and your wallet a favor) and get Capital One Shopping .