… And Most Importantly, WHY This is and HOW YOU Can Find Hot Deals Like These When YOU’RE Ready to Travel!
It feels like you’re flying on a large private jet …
The roomy, comfy seats … soft, warm hues of beige, mauve and gray décor … and only 83 other passengers (instead of a typical 220 passenger flight) feel like you’re in a private club, 30,000+ feet in the air.
This, for less than you’d expect. What’s more, your choice of a hot entrée is served on china. Perhaps you’d like to try the chicken supreme in a bordelaise sauce, Lyonnais-style potatoes, and haricots verts in butter, accompanied with a glass of champagne or wine today.
Later, you indulge in gourmet delights – pastries, teas, and coffee served with a small box of chocolates.
All this, and more, from just $799 one way to one of the most popular, photogenic destinations in our world: Paris! (I’ve even seen seats go for as low as $499 each way in this luxury airline!) All thanks to a strategy you’ll come to know as “Strategy #6”.
Then, there’s Strategy #5 that guarantees you’ll get a first class seat for less, every time, just by knowing which airlines to fly with. Right now, for instance, there’s a domestic airline within the United States that’s growing (even during these times)!
This airline has recently added an international route to London, England. And, this is the time to fly first class with them – before they become one of the “big” legacy guys.
Right now, you could get a round-trip FIRST CLASS flight from Minneapolis to London, England for only $2,623.60! Whereas, when I checked Expedia.com, first class fares ran from around $4,200 to $8,000!
Whether your travel plans are flexible, last-minute, or you have set travel dates … there’s a strategy for you.
Whether you have elite status, and are looking for ways to accelerate it … or, don’t have elite status at all, but want to enjoy VIP flight perks, there are strategies for you, too.
You may even find it costs LESS than your budget. One of my staff writers enjoyed a first class flight to Costa Rica with her friend. Complete with complimentary champagne and living life up in the VIP lounge.
All they paid was a measly $60 in taxes. That’s it. I’ll tell you more on how they did it in just a moment. It’s something you can easily do, too.
The fact is, the next time you fly, there’s no need to wait in long lines … get herded like cattle when it’s time to board … sit squished between two people … or stare at the head of the person in front of you when he reclines his chair into your space …
That is, not when you could fly first class or even business class. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how affordable it is to sit up front, in sheer luxury (once you know a few insider tricks).
I recently used Strategy #6, for instance, and uncovered a business class flight from New York to the Caribbean from as low as $299 one way. It was almost on par with coach fares!
In a matter of a week though, the deal jumped to $344 each way. Still a great deal. But $299 was a steal! And, goes to show, when you find a good deal with these strategies – and it’s right for you – jump on it.
Although, with these strategies you’ll easily uncover the next best deal just around the corner. We guarantee it!
You see, while the airlines keep changing rules, mileage rewards, and surcharges, these strategies will help you dig up INCREDIBLE luxury flight deals!
We’re so confident of this, that we GUARANTEE you’ll enjoy luxury flights for less – using these strategies – or your money back!
Just think: You could enjoy priority boarding, more legroom, more comfort, more attention, free drinks … every time you get on a plane, and without breaking the bank.
Let me explain.
The super-wealthy don’t flinch at dishing out $8,000 to $10,000 or more for first- and business-class seats. But it’s possible for you to get the same luxurious seats for 75% off … by paying only $50 more than coach fare … and sometimes even for free.
But you have to know the tips and techniques to getting the best deal every time you fly.
Don’t worry – you won’t have to haggle, nor beg for an upgrade at the gate either. It’s about tapping into systems already in place.
Think of it like you’re a flight attendant or pilot who sees behind the scenes, knowing all the ins and outs. It’s simply a matter of knowing when the luxury flight deals show up and how to “work the system” in your favor.
Did you know, for example, there are certain times of the year when first- and business-class fares drop drastically … and airlines fight for your business?
Air France, for instance, has dropped their business class fares up to 75% off – because of a lull in business travel coming up. That is, a time when business flyers aren’t traveling as much. And because a lot of those seats will go empty, airlines will drop their prices because it’s better for them to make something on those seats, than nothing. That’s why you can snap them up for a real steal.
Ironically, during these times of the year, coach fares can get expensive. And, most people don’t realize they could sit up front for less than coach during these times.
It’s about supply and demand. There’s no begging for a better seat. You’re simply tapping into a system that’s already in place.
Take for instance a sale going on with Air Canada. Air Canada’s Executive Class can run from $2,313 each way from Toronto to Vancouver, B.C. But there’s a huge 3-day lull in business travel coming up.
Just three days – but Air Canada is dropping these same seats for just $799 each way! Some Executive Class seats were as low as $399 each way, depending on the route.
To get in on business class sales, all that’s required is a little flexibility in your travel plans. That is, you’ll need to plan your trip during a business travel lull. You’ll learn when these lulls are in an exclusive online report we’ve put together (more on that in a moment). First …
Simply use what you’ll come to know as Strategies #2, #4 and #5.
For instance, there’s another type of seat out there that’s on several long-haul flight journeys. Some will still have you sitting up at the front of the plane. Others will have you sitting in roomier, comfier seats among a small handful of people in your own dedicated cabin space.
Upgrades to this seat start from only $149 on an international route in one airline example. Seats looked so good and comfy, that it was hard to believe it wasn’t traditional business class.
Business people traveling at the last-minute know how to get deeply discounted first class seats. What they’re paying is, shockingly, often less than the price of a full-fare coach ticket. That is, what the price of coach will cost at the last minute.
Yet, most travelers don’t know about this type of fare, and will pay the pricey coach fare – or wait for another flight if coach is sold out.
The trick is in knowing “what to call” these deeply discounted first class fares. Once you know what this type of fare is called, it’s like you’ve gained a “secret password” to a private club. Just say the word to the ticket agent, and if there’s a first class seat available, it’s yours (for less than you’d expect).
Or, you can use the website link that’s in the online report I’ll tell you about soon – so you can easily search for thousands of these deeply discounted first class fares from your departure city. Just look in the section you’ll come to know as Strategy #4.
I hope you’re starting to see that first and business class, for less, is within your reach. Many of the travelers sitting up front are not millionaires. They’re frequent travelers and savvy flyers who’ve learned the ins and outs of getting the best seats for less.
Whether you’re a frequent flyer or only fly once a year — you, too, can look forward to sitting up front for less.
What makes the difference is in what you know.
Imagine stepping into a hip lounge where you can get complimentary facials and haircuts. This, before you even board the plane.
When it’s time to board, friendly faces greet you. A roomy seat awaits you. Feel like going to sleep? Your seat gently glides through countless settings, with up to six feet of sleeping space to stretch out in.
With full-size pillows to rest your head on, and a duvet or fleece blanket to keep you snuggly warm, it’s like home away-from-home. You can even ask for a cozy sleep suit to change into so your clothes don’t crease while you sleep.
That’s what you can expect with Virgin Airlines’ Upper Class … and it’s just one example of the luxury that awaits you.
From copper espresso machines in business class (Alitalia), to fresh salads and sinful desserts prepared in-flight (Austrian), to cabin crew members who are trained bartenders and magicians to conjure up something magical to drink (Asiana) … one thing’s for sure:
Perhaps you’re a frequent flyer, but never quite made it to first class. Or you’d like to learn to fly first class on an economy budget. Either way, these secrets I'd like you to have can help you fly up front … for less.
I could have saved over $2,000 – if I’d had this advice when I went on my honeymoon. You see, the advice revealed on using what you’ll come to know as Strategy #7 reveals alone could have helped my husband and I save on our honeymoon. If only we’d had this advice back then!
Because you should know,
I’m a penny pincher. I’ll do just about anything to save a buck or to ensure I’m getting the best value for my money. It's sort of a compulsion.
And I've been known to spend hours tracking down a good deal. I like to think it's time I invested … so you don't have to.
In my search for bargain deals on first class seats, I've uncovered some surefire strategies and several extremely valuable secrets.
In fact, two of the last four flights I've taken I've enjoyed up in the front of the plane … and on each I paid less than I would have for a coach fare. To land both great values, I used the techniques I've uncovered over years of seeking out the best first class deals.
Naturally, airlines won’t tell you about these strategies and secrets. After all, they’re in the business to make money.
Nothing wrong with that … but I’m sure, like me, you want to SAVE money … while still enjoying all the perks first class travel offers.
And, travel agents don’t always dig deep enough to uncover THE BEST deal that exists.
It was something I overheard in Shanghai. I was standing in line at the American Airlines ticket counter in Shanghai, when I overheard one of the passengers talking about something I didn’t even know existed. It was how, with one flight, you could get instant elite status.
Intrigued, I looked into it. And, sure enough it was true. But American Airlines does not publicly announce it or publish it on their website. Turns out, other airlines offer these “secretive promotions” too – where you can speed up your elite status.
It’s the almost perfect way for the frequent and non-frequent flyer to get on the fast-track to elite status with just one flight or one airline deal. (It’s what you’ll come to know as Strategy #1.)
For example, there’s another airline I now know of that’s offering you their top level of elite status for only 30,000 qualifying miles of flight (compared to 100,000 miles for everyone else). That’s 70,000 miles LESS to reach the TOP tier … the ULTIMATE VIP spot! It’s incredible.
You’ll find details about this incredible deal within the pages for Strategy #1, and so much more in a special online report called, How to Get a First Class Seat — for Less — on Most Every Flight You Take.
In this report, you’ll discover a total of seven insider strategies for airline upgrades, cheap first-class flights, and more that airline reservationists and travel agents may never tell you.
These strategies will put you in the know … and save you time and money so you get first-class seats most every time you fly.
If you enjoy flying up front – but insist on getting the most value for your dollar, this special report was written with you in mind.
Moments ago, I said my husband and I could have saved over $2,000 on our honeymoon. Here’s why … we booked around-the-world tickets (RTW tickets). They’re perfect if you’re looking to escape on the ultimate dream vacation and stop in destinations you’ve always wanted to see.
We stopped in Italy, Dubai, Shanghai and Tokyo. And we did it in just three weeks. Flying first class changed everything for us. We enjoyed our time in the air and even in the airport. I could have saved money back then (had I known some of the advice you’ll soon discover). But now, more than ever having a report like this can help you save – big-time.
You see, RTW fares in business and first class have gone up, and an airline alliance can run anywhere from $8,800 to $15,000 these days. So my team and I got in touch with three RTW specialists and found out how we could lower that price and get you the best value and deal.
One of these companies can cut costs down by as much as $4,000 because they have contracts directly with airlines such as United, Scandinavian Airlines and Air China. They spend $1 – $2 million a year buying volume airfares from airlines. Because they’re buying in volume, they get a discount. Which in turn, results in a 30-40% savings for you. And, they’re pros at creatively mapping your journey within the mileage of the airline limitations.
If, like me and my husband, you’ve ever dreamed of seeing more of the world – in one extended vacation – what these specialists have shared – is guaranteed to land you the best value for your money. The insights they shared are tips you couldn’t possibly know without being an insider. But they’re yours to discover – as part of this special report. Just look within the pages for Strategy #7.
If, a more traditional vacation is to your liking, Strategy #3 will help you dig up some amazing finds that are NOT available on search engines like Expedia.com.
One deal I found offered a FREE first-class upgrade from Delta, exclusive to lovebirds getting married … going on a honeymoon … or simply desiring a romantic getaway. You could NOT find this at their flight website Delta.com, nor Expedia.com. So how did we dig it up?
You’ll learn how, in this special report. Just refer to Strategy #3.
Look at what else you’ll learn:
Speaking of credit card offers … it’s no secret they fight like crazy to get your business offering “mileage rewards”. They may offer to give you 25,000 or 30,000 bonus miles when you choose their card and make a qualifying purchase. Well, our staff writer’s friend discovered a way to accelerate those mileage rewards.
Using this “accelerated mile-earning” strategy, he gained 120,000 FREE miles. With these miles, he was able to get two free FIRST-class tickets from Portland, Oregon to Costa Rica on American Airlines, for our staff writer, Bonnie and himself.
Together, they set off to enjoy the beaches of Costa Rica, flying in style and living life up. All they paid was $60 in taxes! Neither he, nor our staff writer, Bonnie had ever flown first- or business-class before this. They were quite pleased with their luxury experience, and it goes to show – even if this is your first time flying up front, you’ll get the inside-know-how to make it happen. Guaranteed!
You’ll learn more about this accelerated mile-earning strategy, so in just seven weeks (if you wanted) you’ll have enough miles to treat yourself to a luxury flight – for free. All you’ll pay is the taxes.
As you can see, any one of these secrets alone is worth hundreds—even thousands of dollars in savings to you! Because this report is full of secrets, tips, and techniques that the airlines hope you never uncover … secrets that will save you money and have you traveling in style.
And, it’s only $
29.95 $23.96 – an incredible deal – when these strategies are GUARANTEED to work for you – or your money back! (There’s an even a fun strategy you’ll learn for getting paid to fly first class! Use this strategy and your report will quickly pay for itself!)
If you plan to fly anywhere in the next 12 months — whether it’s for business or pleasure — acting now is well worth it!
You’ll get to see just how easy it is to find amazing deals – using these proven strategies. But, if after discovering these strategies, you just aren’t thrilled with the deals you’re finding, then, let us know within 30 days. You can call us, fax us, or email us for a refund. And, we’ll promptly refund you. We want you to be happy.
But that’s also why we created this report: we want to help you enjoy flying. You don’t have to settle for uncomfortable seats or mediocre service anymore. You’ll get luxury flight experiences – at shockingly affordable prices. The difference is all in what you know.
To get in the know, simply click the "Order Today" button. And, within minutes, you’ll have access to airline secrets that’ll have you scoring the most comfortable seats, for less!
Director, AWAI’s Travel Division
P.S.: From $60 for two first class flights (using an accelerated mile-earning strategy) … to free upgrades (using strategy #3) … to knowing where to find deeply discounted first class fares in minutes (see strategy #4) … there truly IS a strategy that will work for everyone. And, since this report is backed by our 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee, why not take a peak today?
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